Gordon Beckham knows that this season could be his last on the South Side.
After a breakthrough rookie season with the White Sox in 2009, the former Georgia Bulldog has battled through injuries throughout his tenure in Chicago.
The White Sox also have a plethora of prospects gunning for Beckham's spot with the big league club. Micah Johnson, Marcus Semien and Leury Garcia all could be in the mix if general manager Rick Hahn decides to part ways with Beckham.
670 The Score's Chris Rongey joined Wednesday's edition of SportsTalk Live to discuss what he thinks the future holds for Beckham.
"Now they feel like they have options, Rongey said. "They've got Micah Johnson. They've got Marcus Semien. They do feel like they have options if it doesn't work out so that's why I think this is the biggest year for him."
Check out the full discussion in the video above.