The glut of closers on the trade and free-agent markets might compel the White Sox to act quickly if they wish to move Bobby Jenks, who will not be a free agent until after the 2011 season.
Matt Thornton could replace Jenks, but then the Sox would have no replacement for Thornton, one of the game’s most dominant left-handed relievers. One possible solution: Wait until January to sign a remaining free agent at a bargain-basement price.
September 30, 2009
The early bird gets the worm?
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