3 Players Who Won't Be Back with Chicago White Sox Next Season

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3 Players Who Won't Be Back with Chicago White Sox Next Season
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Paul Konerko will not be back next season.

It is no secret that the 2014 incarnation of the Chicago White Sox will look entirely different from the group that opened the 2013 season.

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn was quite aggressive before and after the non-waiver trade deadline, finding new residences for Matt Thornton, Jake Peavy, Jesse Crain and Alex Rios.

Following those moves, Hahn has a mere $48.25 million in salaries earmarked for next year, according to BaseballProspectus.com, and a lot of room to work with. That room becomes more expansive considering that there are at least three players who won’t be back next season for various reasons.

One of them will retire, another traded and one will not be offered arbitration. It will be interesting to see how Hahn fills out the 25-man roster this offseason given the myriad directions he could go.

Let’s take a look at the players who, in my opinion, will not be in a White Sox uniform when the 2014 season begins.

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