Having watched too many winnable games get away in 2014, the White Sox intend to make the bullpen a priority this offseason.
Though the ground on which the White Sox stand at the conclusion of the season isn’t as firm as they’d like, it’s not the quagmire it was a year ago.
Nate Jones expects to start throwing around Thanksgiving and has his sights set at pitching again one year after reconstructive elbow surgery.
As they recover from a volatile season, the White Sox bullpen is likely to require a veteran presence for what promises to be another transition year in 2015.
When Rick Hahn talks about work to be done for 2015, the bullpen has managed to work its way to near the top of the list.