MLB Rumor Central: White Sox looking for bats, pitching?

The Chicago White Sox might have the American League's best record, but they still appear to be looking to add to their team.

Following the release of longtime left-hander John Danks on Tuesday, the White Sox could look outside the organization for a possible replacement, Bruce Levine of CBS Chicago reports. In addition, Levine hears from a source that Chicago is also "kicking the tires" on acquiring a quality left-handed bat.

"There is not a ton of activity in April and May," GM Rick Hahn said about the trade market. "You see the occasional player change hands. It's usually a depth move than a guy who will be there to go into a rotation. That stuff will heat up more in June and July."

In a separate tweet, Levine says that the team has been "very active" in its pursuit of additions.