The Chicago White Sox have gone all in for the 2011 season, but may need to salvage some new faces via trade to make something positive for the future out of the current season.
The White Sox are currently 14-22, the worst record in the Majors other than Minnesota and Houston.
However, things are looking up for Chicago. The White Sox have won three games in a row for the first time all season, all of which were played out West.
The win streak is a step, but being nine and a half games out of first place on May 9 leaves much work to be done. If the White Sox cannot step up their play and get back into contention within the next month, you can bet on GM Kenny Williams making some phone calls.
Here are the five most likely players to be traded by the White Sox if the team cannot get back into contention.