After they traded away more than $27 million in future salaries this summer the White Sox could spend some of their savings on an impact free agent. General manager Rick Hahn said the White Sox who at this point only have $48 million committed for 2014 could attempt to attract a top name free agent this offseason. The White Sox started the 2013 season with an Opening Day payroll of $112 million. With an increase in amateur and international spending due the White Sox are highly unlikely to match this season’s payroll. But Hahn said that won’t preclude them from trying to acquire a big name were such a player to fit into the team’s long-term plans.
Hahn: White Sox have the money to land big free agent
CSN Chicago | Sep 28