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Paul Sullivan: Failing to land Machado, or Harper, would be a double doink for White Sox

If the idea is to make Manny Machado's comfort zone so big he won't think twice about choosing the 100-loss White Sox over the 100-win Yankees, the Sox may as well go for broke.

After acquiring Machado's brother-in-law, Yonder Alonso, and signing one of his best friends, Jon Jay, the next logical move for general manager Rick Hahn is calling the Cubs' Theo Epstein about the availability of Machado's cousin, Albert

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