I know it's probably not worth opening another diary for it, but I read that the WhiteSox are so desperate for a startable CF that they might consider something along the lines of Joe Crede for Rajai Davis. It seems to me that they have severe needs for everything we have; pitching (they opened up a fat hole in their rotation when they traded Garland away and their farm system's bone dry) and CF's. We have some expendables in Sachez, Lowry, Misch, etc, and we have 5 capable CF's on our 25-man roster (Rowand, Winn, Roberts, Davis, Lewis if we need him there) Now call me a genious, but I think we're gonna have some trouble cramming all of them on the field at the same time. So why couldn't we try to swing a deal of Crede and Konerko (with some salary chewed up) for maybe Lowry, Davis, Roberts, and maybe one or two of our Class A/AA bullpen prospects? For us, it would fill up the hot corner postions we so direly need filled, and it would also clear some of the roster space being wasted by all our friggin outfielders. The Whitesox would recieve a starting CF and another guy to platoon for him and a decent starter to plug the hole Garland left in the rotation, as well as a pitcher to help replenish their shallower-than-ours farm system. I know it might not sound realistic enough, but hey, it makes more friggin sense than asking if we're gonna trade for Huston Street or Josh Willingham.