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Paul Sullivan: The White Sox should sign Nicholas Castellanos now. Because why not?

CHICAGO - As long as White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf is in a spending mood, he might as well go for broke now and sign free-agent right fielder Nicholas Castellanos.

The more the merrier.

White Sox general manager Rick Hahn, who already has spent over $190 million on four free agents this offseason - including the returning Jose Abreu - confirmed Monday there's still more money available to spend if the Sox find the right fits.

Hahn still is looking to upgrade the bullpen, and seemingly has a new right fielder in recently acquired Nomar Mazara.

But how could he

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