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Chicago White Sox: A trip to Cuba

Source: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images North America

Source: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images North America

The White Sox finished the 2015 season with the fewest runs scored in the American League. Despite a starting rotation featuring Chris Sale, Jose Quintana, and Carlos Rodon, the Sox finished ten games under .500 thanks to their poor offense.

The only real bright spot for the White Sox was Jose Abreu, who led the team in all three Triple Crown statistics. Abreu and Adam Eaton were the only Sox to post an OPS+ of over 100 and were also the only two with a bWAR higher than 1.5.

Chicago does not appear ready to compete in a tough AL Central division, but it might help their cause if they went to Cuba and found a couple more Jose Abreus. They did just acquire Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati Reds, though, so they might be closer to contention than we think.

Stocking Stuffers: a set of weights for Chris Sale and a hologram of Frank Thomas.

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