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White Sox Exercise Options

The White Sox made four no-brainer moves today, exercising options to retain Mark Buehrle, Jermaine Dye, and Tadahito Iguchi while declining an option for Dustin Hermanson.  Hermanson could still be re-signed at a lesser price.

Two needs are clear for Kenny Williams this offseason: he'll have to import an outfielder and a reliever.  He'll probably try to unload Scott Podsednik for something useful.  Other possible trade bait could include any member of the 2006 rotation or third baseman Joe Crede.


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What do you think about the signing of Cuban defector Yuslan Herrera by the Pirates? Any way that transaction could bring about a trade of Jose Contreras (another Jaime Torres client) to Pittsburgh? The Bucs reportedly are shopping Maholm/Duke to Texas for Mark Teixeira and could offer the OF/RP help Ken Williams needs. Interested in hearing your opinion as it related to the Sox and Bucs...

A New Pirates Generation

I doubt the Sox would trade Contreras.

The only starter off the table for the White Sox is Garland, and even he could be dealt in the right kind of deal...

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