Let’s face it, at this point many Chicago White Sox fans have turned their attention elsewhere as their team is just playing out the remainder of the 2013-14 season.

For many Chicago fans this means their attention has now turned to the Bears and the upcoming football season.

And who can blame them?  After all, Chicago is still a Bears town and neither baseball team has done much to sway that opinion this season.

For those die-hard fans who are actually still paying attention, the rest of the baseball season gives them a chance to take a look at the future.  It gives them the opportunity to see some of the young talent and hope for better things.

And there is reason for hope.

Contrary to popular belief, the White Sox are not that far from being a team that can compete for a division title once again.

They certainly have the starting pitching to get them there.  It’s possible that they may have the deepest rotation in the division in 2014 and possibly one of the deepest in the league.

However, there are obvious weaknesses with this team as evidenced by their play this season.  The lineup just hasn’t produced like they were expected to and they’ve been surprisingly bad defensively.

If they are going to turn things around in 2014, here are a few positions that may be in need of change.


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