The Chicago White Sox could do little right in 2013, riding a roster that was short on high-upside talent to a 63-99 record and a last-place finish in the AL Central.
This helps explain why the White Sox saw fit to retool their roster over the winter. And so far, their retooled roster has produced results. The team’s offense has pulled a complete 180 from what it was last year, and that's helped the White Sox rack up a 7-6 record through the first two weeks of play.
The White Sox still have needs, though. MLB Lead Writer Zachary D. Rymer is here to dish on those, which include Jose Abreu making some necessary and crucial adjustments and the White Sox eventually finding some pitching help for a mound staff that looks like it’s going to need as much help as it can get.
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