There are some special talents out in left - who's the best of the bunch?
With this deal in the books, it’s time to take a look at what else the White Sox need to do this offseason. Here are some targets they should consider to bolster themselves as a legitimate force out of the AL Central.
The stars of MLB free agency - Gerrit Cole, Stephen Strasburg, Anthony Rendon - have all signed. The next tier of free agents are yet to move. Outfielders have been under the radar so far, with leading free agents Nicholas Castellanos and Marcell Ozuna the only players frequently popping up on the rumour mill.
Outfielder Marcell Ozuna is set to have an intriguing free agency.
The St Louis Cardinals hold a 0.5 game lead atop the National League Central. Should the Chicago Cubs overtake them, they have a cushion in the wildcard standings with the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies a couple of games back.
In addition, they recently got even stronger with the return of pitcher Carlos Martinez from a long injury, who immediately settled into the closer/late-inning reliever with mixed success up to date.
The National League Central is split by 4.5 games. The Chicago Cubs lead the way at 47-43, the Cincinnati Reds are sitting fifth just five games under .500 at 41-46.
St. Louis Cardinals have been over .500 in each of the last 11 seasons. The streak is set to continue in 2019 after Paul Goldschmidt's arrival.
Miami Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto has been at the centre of trade speculation all offseason. San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds are the two latest teams to be linked with the All-Star catcher, as reported by Ken Rosenthal on Monday.
The story of the 2018 Cardinals, who could be the surprise force in the National League.