Despite 14 more players to pay after the signing of Jeff Keppinger, GM Rick Hahn doesn't believe the team needs to cut payroll.
White Sox GM Rick Hahn believes the trade market around the MLB will pick up soon after all of the big name free agents come off the board.
Last season first-year Robin Ventura almost out-managed Jim Leyland, who had been managing since 1986.
With the Rule 5 draft coming up on Thursday morning, people within the White Sox organization don't foresee the team selecting anybody.
According to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman, the White Sox and infielder Jeff Keppinger agreed to a three-year deal. Keppinger, who has experience at third base, had a .367 on-base percentage with Tampa Bay in 2012.
Robin Ventura told reporters on Day 2 of the winter meetings that Adam Dunn will see more time at first base this year to give 37-year-old Paul Konerko more rest.
If the White Sox do indeed trade one of their starting pitchers, the team is already seeking possible replacements in free agency. One name that has popped up is ex-Sox Brandon McCarthy.
Before Robin Ventura's first season with the White Sox, he soaked in advice given to him from Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda and Joe Torre.
The White Sox had high expectations for Brent Morel going into the 2012 season, but injuries hampered his development. If healthy, Morel could be the long-term solution at third base for the White Sox.