Chicago Cubs: Five best destinations for Kyle Schwarber

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Chicago White Sox

Like the San Diego Padres, the 2020 Chicago White Sox were one of the funniest teams to watch in all of baseball. They had decent pitching at the top of their rotation and in their bullpen but the offense is phenomenal. They were one of the leading offenses in all of baseball and that was without much production from their right fielders or designated hitter. If Kyle Schwarber was inserted to be the DH, their offense would look even better.

They already took Eloy Jimenez from the Cubs and he is going to be their left fielder for the next decade. The cool thing is that if they added Schwarber, one of them could play left and one of them could DH depending on the game. They added Adam Eaton back in free agency so the need for a right fielder is pretty much set for at least a year.

Schwarber would likely slot into the middle-end of their awesome lineup. With players like Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, Yoan Moncada, Eloy Jimenez, and Luis Robert hitting behind him, that would be a really good offense. This team is on the rise and is quickly becoming one of the best teams in the American League.