Major League Baseball’s annual Winter Meetings kick off on Monday in Las Vegas. The Chicago White Sox are expected to make a few moves, as they have in the past.
We’ve talked about it all offseason.
Now, the time has finally come.
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The Winter Meetings are finally upon us, and they will begin on Monday, December 10th, and run through Thursday.
The Winter Meetings are when the bulk of the offseason trades happen, as well as a good majority of free agent signings.
The Chicago White Sox are no stranger to making moves at the Winter Meetings, whether it be buying or selling.
Since 2014, the White Sox have frequently made headlines for their aggressiveness at the Winter Meetings. Until 2016, the White Sox were big buyers, before spending the last two meetings as sellers.
This time around, the White Sox are back to their buying ways, as they’ve been connecting to just about every big name free agent and trade candidate.
While the White Sox are expected to do more in the free agent market, considering their big budget, anything is possible, as the past several Winter Meetings have proved to us.
Here are three bold predictions for what the South Siders will do throughout the next week.