“We are getting phone calls, and they will probably become a little bit more voluminous if we don’t turn it around pretty quickly,” White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said.
Peavy, expected back in four weeks after suffering a broken rib a couple weeks ago, may have just enough time to show he’s healthy before the July 31 trade deadline. But he’s far from the only potential headliner.
People with connections to the White Sox suggest Rios and Ramirez will at least be talked about, and Rios in particular should draw interest. “Rios more than Ramirez,” one competing GM responded when asked about the attractiveness of the two position players.
Source: Jon Heyman, CBS Sports