So far the White Sox seem to be the top contender for the AL Central. They have two guys who could be aces on many teams, and some very good young hitters, some proven and some not.
From what I've heard, Colon won't put up the numbers he did last year, but he might come close to doig so. A lot of people are worried about his weight. From the pictures I've seen of him, he looks much heavier than he was last year.
Buehrle has gotten better every year, and he's pretty consistant; the Sox always play well when he starts. He shouldn't have trouble exceeding his stats from last year.
Dan Wright might actually be worth a look in fantasy leagues. The talk is that he is pitching very well in Spring Training, and his last few starts of last season were solid.
Billy Koch is worth a look, but be very cautious - he had a very high WHIP and ERA for a closer. He should get a fair ammount of save chances, and he will strike out a lot of guys. I don't expect 40 saves out of him this year.
Magglio Ordonez is solid. He should continue to to improve as a hitter, and he's very consistant. He should definately be a top 10 outfielder this year.
Paul Konerko battled through injuries and inconsistancy last year, but still put up higher than a .300 average. If healthy, he could be a very good source of power, average, RBIs, and Runs. He won't steal many bases though.
That concludes the summary so far on the main fantasy players from the White Sox. As for possible sleepers, see pretty much the rest of the order. Crede, Olivio, and Jiminez, for example, all tore up the minors and are expected to start this year for the Sox.