The White Sox may not be negotiating with two teams to build a new front office, but still, there's plenty of news from the south side of the Windy City. Here's the latest on the Sox…
- It "seems unlikely" that both John Danks and Mark Buehrle won't be with the White Sox next season, writes MLB.com's Scott Merkin. If Chicago keeps both, however, it could mean that Gavin Floyd is the one traded as part of "what looks to be a cost-cutting offseason."
- Writing for Baseball America, Mark Gonzales looks at Jhan Marinez and Osvaldo Martinez, the prospects acquired by the White Sox as compensation for Ozzie Guillen.
- Jim Callis of Baseball America says there's "no question" (Twitter link) the White Sox have the worst farm system of any team.
- Jeff Manto is the favorite to become the new White Sox hitting coach, reports Doug Padilla of ESPN Chicago. Manto has been the team's minor league hitting coordinator for the last four years.
- On Tuesday, Ben Nicholson-Smith spotlighted the White Sox as part of MLBTR's Offseason Outlook series.