Hahn on White Sox offseason: We're pleased, but not done yet

Hahn on White Sox offseason: We're pleased, but not done yet
January 21, 2014, 9:00 pm
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Rick Hahn joined CSN's Chuck Garfien on SportsNet Central Tuesday evening and when he wasn't talking about Masahiro Tanaka, the White Sox general manager summed up the team's offseason.

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The White Sox have added what they hope to be long-term pieces in center field (Adam Eaton), first base (Jose Abreu) and third base (Matt Davidson) this winter, in addition to the acquisition of right fielder Avisail Garcia at last year's trade deadline.

"We're certainly pleased with the progress we've made going back to, really, last July with the trade deadline and acquiring Avi Garcia," Hahn said. "We're pleased with the progress, but I'd say we're probably not satisfied. We're not done. There's other areas we want to improve.

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"Frankly, I don't know if we're going to be able to improve in any of them in the coming weeks before we get to spring training, but, we've hit a high percentage of our targets. Yes, there's still a couple areas we'd like to tweak the roster and find the right long-term solution like we feel we have in other areas. And if those opportunities present itself, we'll continue to be aggressive."

Check out the full interview with Hahn above.