As the offseason continues to evolve and the likelihood of JD Martinez becoming the next White Sox DH greatly diminished (more on him in a bit), there are still other candidates we can pursue, such as Edwin Encarnacion, whose name has been bandied about since JD opted back in with the Red Sox. But for my wishlist, I'd much rather see us go after Nick Castellanos. He's technically a RF, which doesn't hurt to have this option in our back pocket, but his defense is lousy and gets worse with each passing year. Yet he's a helluva hitter and should do well in bat-friendly GR Field. For the OF, I like either of two LH options: Corey Dickerson or Kole Calhoun. I know Hahn has stated on several occasions that he'd rather have the best bats out there regardless vs having some RH/LH balance just for balance's sake. But I think that's a bit of not wanting to show his hand. And besides, we're already quite topheavy in RH hitters. Either of these two could fill the bill for handling RF duties. Both are former GGers. Dickerson, whose 2019 campaign ended with a broken foot, is probably the better overall hitter, whereas Calhoun brings more pop with his bat. Both have good clubhouse reputations, especially Calhoun. Now back to Martinez. There have been a lot of grumblings coming out of Boston that the Red Sox need to dump salary and either Martinez or Mookie Betts is likely to go. The Pale Hose could still end up trading for JD, but I believe his opt out option is good for each year of his remaining contract. So it could end up that we'd be trading for a one year rental. To me that would suck, unless of course we didn't have to surrender any of our top prospects.