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Rick Hahn is happy with the White Sox offseason, but he's not celebrating yet

Posted On: Jan 24, 2020   |   Posted By: WGN TV

CHICAGO - When October began, the playoffs started for ten teams in Major League Baseball and one general manager in the Windy City.
After asking for patience from White Sox fans for three years, and after a miss on Manny Machado the previous winter, Rick Hahn had to come through. With a young core ready to take their next step, a healthy amount of proven veterans were in need to help the team compete in 2020.
Three months later, Hahn did what he had to do in his “postseason” to help the White Sox compete for one of their own once the spring begins.
Edwin Encarnacion, Yasmani Grandal, and Dallas Keucher were signature signings for the franchise that gives the team All-Star potential at three different spots in the lineup. Other players like Nomar Mazara, Gio Gonzalez, and Steve Cishek shore up areas of need for the team in 2020.
“I think we were able to accomplish everything on that list and a few other things when you include the Luis Robert extension or bringing back Abreu,” said Hahn when asked if...

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