By Blake Harper | Last updated 12/8/20
The White Sox were one of the surprise breakout teams last season, earning a playoff spot while going 35-25 over the shortened season. Chicago is hoping to improve its roster heading into the 2021 season and has added some valuable starting pitching, acquiring Lance Lynn via a trade with the Texas Rangers in exchange for pitcher Dane Dunning and a young prospect to be named later, reportedly a second pitcher.
The 33-year-old has been a solid pitcher over his lengthy career, finishing in the top sox during both of his seasons with the Rangers. In 13 starts last season, he went 6-3 while posting a 3.32 ERA. Lynn becomes a valuable third starter for the White Sox pitching rotation, as Chicago lacked a real option behind starting pitchers Lucas Giolito and Dallas Keuchel.
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