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After bringing in Adam Dunn in the off-season a case could be made that the White Sox have the best offense of any team in Major League Baseball. Their lineup is stacked with everything you would want (speed, power, and average) from just about every batter numbers one through nine.
As always Jake Peavy's health can not be counted as he has found his way on the DL before the season even starts. The rest of the rotation has been extremely consistent over the last few years making Edwin Jackson the only question.
Jackson is uber talented (as demonstrated by his no-hitter), but has never been able to get his command under control (as seen with the eight walks in the no hitter) or find any consistency.
With the early struggles in the bullpen the starters are going to need find ways to get deep into games and make their job much easier.
He was sparkling down the stretch for the White Sox last year after coming over in the Daniel Hudson trade and could be the piece that puts them over the top this year.
Honorable Mention: Carlos Quentin