The starting lineup and rotation look great for the White Sox heading into spring training. They can fix the bench (they need an outfielder) and the bullpen (for early in the game) through the bargain bin of free agency. The outfielders the White Sox are likely looking at are guys like Reed Johnson, Joe Inglett, Fred Lewis, Laynce Nix and Scott Hairston are the likely targets and they can all be had on the cheap. The White Sox are in good shape from the left side of the bullpen. They will be looking for righties and the guys they are likely to target are names like Chad Qualls, Chris Ray, Alfredo Aceves, Elmer Dessens, Jose Veras and David Riske who all could be productive if healthy in 2011. The White Sox should also consider giving Manny Corpas a two-year deal for the league minimum with the idea that he rehabs in 2011 (Tommy John Surgery) and pitches in the back end of the pen in 2012 for the Pale Hose. I think he’s worth taking a gamble on. Don’t look for the White Sox to make big waves before spring training opens as they only have to tinker with the roster.