Although the White Sox don't have one superstar on this team, they have arguably one of the most balanced teams in MLB.
With a healthy Jake Peavy (which seems to be the case now), all five White Sox starters are above-average pitchers who will give you a chance to win every game. Not one of these players is a bona fide ace, but all five of these men could be quality second or third starters on most other teams.
The same case applies to the bullpen. Although they do not have a clear-cut closer, they have four and even five men who could take over the position and do a quality job. Sale, Matt Thornton, Jesse Crain and Sergio Santos are the four men who are expected to be given a chance to close for this team. Even Will Ohman could be given a chance to close if the other four players don't pan out or if he starts the season on a really high note.
The White Sox lineup possesses speed, power, players who can hit for average and also some defense as well. Juan Pierre led the league in stolen bases last year with 68, while Alex Rios added over 30 of his own. With Ozzie's aggressive style, don't expect those numbers to drop much this year.
Konerko belted out 39 home runs last year and, with the addition of Dunn, the White Sox should once again be atop the home run leaderboard in the AL Central, and maybe in the entire American League.
Rios, Ramirez, Omar Vizquel, Pierzynski and Pierre all hit around .270 last year, and expect Beckham to join them this year.
Finally on the defensive end, Ramirez was a Gold Glove candidate at shortstop last year and Rios provides great defense in center field. Add in the defense of Morel this year at third base, and this team should have another good year on the defensive end.