bleach168 wrote:Do the WS need another hitter though? They already have the highest scoring offense in mlb. I wouldn't go after Soriano if I were them.
They have the money to sign Soriano though and more offense never hurts. If Soriano is willing to play center field (unlike the Nat's the White Sox would be wise to actually ask before trading) you'd be looking at an upgrade from a guy hovering around the mendozza line to the top ranked fantasy producer so far this year.
Add in that Chicago plays in a hitter's park and I see this as a good move for them. I'm not sure what the rules allow as far as discussing a new contract with a guy on another team but it wouldn't be a bad idea for the White Sox to look for a 3-4 year contract and sign him right at the time of the trade.