Feinsand specifically mentions Cuban slugger Yasiel Puig as the White Sox top target. Last season Puig played a total of 149 games with the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians, batting .267 with a .785 OPS and 24 home runs. The 24 homers were the second-best mark of Puig's career.
Puig would add another intriguing bat to the mix and help the White Sox fill out what appears to be a likely platoon situation in right field.
It would be interesting to see if Puig is open to a platoon situation seeing as he is 29-years old and should theoretically be entering his prime. But the White Sox could be looking at Puig as their potential everyday right fielder. The unproven Mazara is 24-years old and will be under team control for at least two more seasons, which could lead to a short-term deal for Puig if the White Sox are indeed making moves on that front.
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