He goes on to add, in the quote, that the team is in a "transitional phase." Among the players that could potentially be available are Jermaine Dye, Octavio Dotel, and maybe even Bobby Jenks.
Rotoworld is saying that due to the recent struggles of the team (2-8 last 10), the aggressive GM (KW) might be forced to make some unpopular, but necessary changes.
Personally, I'm sick of the old power-hitting trade scenarios involving the ChiSox. We don't need Konerko (not mentioned), or Dye--BUT, with Dotel and Jenks potentially becoming available... what do we have to give up to dominantly remake our bullpen for one or both of these guys?
Among the players I wouldn't mind giving up, in no order of preference or package scenario: Figgins, O'Sullivan, TEvans, and one of Aybar/Kendrick. I think we'd all like to shed Quinlan, or GMJ, but that, to me, isn't very realistic. I also would consider giving up one of our inspiring LoA SP's if required, AS LONG AS the Dotel/Jenks contract is longer than the remainder of the year (someone clue me in on that status?).
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