All of these players with contracts expiring after this season are currently being paid near the league minimum.
Though they should expect to be paid more this offseason, it shouldn't cost the White Sox too much.
Phillip Humber has been a tremendous surprise for Chicago in the starting role. His numbers have been down lately, but with the White Sox' starting rotation in limbo after this year, expect his performance to be rewarded after this season ends.
Gordon Beckham hasn't been the second baseman the White Sox were hoping for, but at age 24, he still has plenty of time to prove his worth. His defense at second is the best in the bigs and his offense will surely come around. He should get a maximum two year deal.
Sergio Santos has been a blessing for the White Sox in the closer's role after the Matt Thornton situation failed. He may have blown last night's save opportunity, but he's still relatively young and pretty consistent for Chicago. Santos will likely get a one year contract.
Brent Lillibridge can do it all. He can play every position on the field except for catcher or pitcher, and that's something that Ozzie Guillen and Kenny Williams value. He has played every spot on the field well, and has been surprisingly productive on at the plate. His expendability will result in around a three year deal.
Chris Sale, the 13th overall pick in the 2010 draft, is the pitcher of the future for the White Sox. He will continue to be in the middle relief role next year, but he could be closing games as he has a few times this season. He has been exceptional, and at 22, he's a great asset for the White Sox staff. Eventually, he will be in the rotation. He will get a long term deal after this season ends.
Brent Morel has started most of the games at third for the White Sox this season. His bat has been quiet at times, but both at bat and on the hot corner, Morel is showing signs of promise. He is only 24 years old, and it looks like sky's the limit for him in the future. His deal this offseason should be around three years.