Complete 2014 Chicago White Sox Season Preview

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Complete 2014 Chicago White Sox Season Preview
Associated Press
Hopefully the White Sox coaching staff is up to the task this year.

The 2013 Chicago White Sox were bloated. They were slow, underperformed, error prone and, worst of all, no fun to watch.

Needless to say, the White Sox were in need of the facelift that began in advance of the 2013 non-waiver trade deadline when general manager Rick Hahn traded Matt Thornton to the Boston Red Sox.

In the roughly nine months since then, the 25-man roster has been transformed. The White Sox now have speed and guile in center field. Yet another franchise first baseman was brought in, and a third baseman with legitimate potential is waiting for his chance.

To be sure, sacrifices were made, but when they lift the lid on the upcoming campaign, everything is going to be different. It has to be.

Let’s take a look at what the 2014 season holds.

 

All statistics are courtesy of Baseball-Reference unless noted otherwise and are accurate as of March 25. Transaction information and minor league assignments were gathered from MLB.com.

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