As far as trade deadline moves go, the White Sox adding the rapidly aging legs of Jarrod Dyson for some international signing pool money doesn’t exactly spike the excitement meter. But it’s the kind of pragmatic move that strengthens an already potent roster without depleting any non-renewable prospect resources. It’s also probably going to be the only move Rick Hahn makes in the midst of an unprecedented market environment with an uncertain financial landscape.
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