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Jack McDowell on Time for me to play General Manager. As a player I always hated the trading deadline for two reasons. The first is, as a player you always feel that you and the guys you have shared the clubhouse all year will have what it takes to get the job done and become champions Secondly, when we were actually in contention and in the drivers seat, I never felt we were able to land the one guy who would make the difference.
So, now we have the perspective of the player. Stepping away from that perspective into the General Manager's chair, things are quite different. The biggest issue is not whether your team can just make the playoffs but actually win it all although every fan and players feels if their team can just get there, magic can happen. That being said, do I feel the White Sox can win the whole thing this year? As a player yes, but as a General Manager no. That puts me in the mode of seller.
So, who are my best bets to bring back building blocks for the future? The obvious choice here is Jermaine Dye. It hurts me to make this trade because Dye is exactly the type of guy you can build winners around. He is very consistent at a high level which means you can pencil his numbers in and know what else you need around him to win. But age and a couple of outfield choices both on the roster and in the organization makes this trade viable. Now many things can happen that can maximize this trade.
I'll have to keep my eyes open for a big injury to a contending team that will leave an obvious spot for Dye. And more than likely that will happen before the deadline. But even if that doesn't happen, any lineup on any contender will improve their squad by adding Dye into the mix, so there will be prospects to be had. What kind of prospects are we looking for? Any team knows there can't be enough young arms in the system.
Injury, development and future trades dictate this fact. If we can get another teams second or third pitching prospect along with a couple of talented longer shots, have at it. Then in future years there will always be arms to trade when we are in the contending drivers seat. The other name that keeps popping up in the potential trade talk is closer Bobby Jenks. Now anyone who knows me from the former player side knows that I feel the closing role is overrated, overpaid and overemphasized.