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Paul Suillvan: White Sox's long shot pursuit of Manny Machado could be paying off

As unlikely as it seemed entering the offseason, the White Sox could wind up one of the biggest winners of free agency.

A USA Today report suggesting the Phillies are favorites to land Bryce Harper could give the Sox a decided edge in the Manny Machado sweepstakes.

Anything can happen, of course, but things suddenly are looking up for the rebuilding team coming off a 100-loss season.

The Phillies and White Sox are both among the small group of public

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