GM TRADE HISTORY BY WAR: THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX’S RICK HAHN

I only count bWAR for the years that the players accumulated on their acquiring teams while under the team control at the time of the trade. In other words, I didn’t count any years added by new contracts or spent on other teams after subsequent trades. A positive or negative WAR is the result of the difference between the combined WAR for both sides as it pertains to Hahn’s one.

2013 SEASON

TRADE #1: +5.7 WAR

TRADE #2: +1.2 WAR

TOTAL: +6.9 WAR

2013-2014 OFFSEASON

TRADE #1: +12.4 WAR

TRADE #2: +0.3 WAR

TOTAL: +12.7 WAR

2014 SEASON

TRADE #1: -0.3 WAR

TRADE #2: 0.0 WAR

TOTAL: -0.3 WAR

2014-2015 OFFSEASON

TRADE #1: -24.9 WAR

TRADE #2: +2.6 WAR

TOTAL: -22.3 WAR

2015-2016 OFFSEASON

TRADE #1: +1.7 WAR

TRADE #2: +1.2 WAR

TRADE #3: -0.1 WAR

TOTAL: +2.8 WAR

2016 SEASON

TRADE #1: -3.5 WAR

TRADE #2: -2.8 WAR

TRADE #3: +0.2 WAR

TOTAL: -6.1 WAR

2016-2017 OFFSEASON

TRADE #1: -7.5 WAR

TRADE #2: +6.9 WAR

TOTAL: -0.6 WAR

2017 SEASON

TRADE #1: -3.1 WAR

TRADE #2: -3.8 WAR

TOTAL: -6.9 WAR

2017-2018 OFFSEASON

+1.4 WAR

2018 SEASON

TRADE #1: +0.2 WAR

TRADE #2: -0.1 WAR

TRADE #3: -0.2 WAR

TOTAL: -0.1 WAR

2018-2019 OFFSEASON

TRADE #1: -1.2 WAR

TRADE #2: +2.3 WAR

TRADE #3: -1.0 WAR

TOTAL: +0.1 WAR

2019 SEASON

0.0 WAR

2019-2020 OFFSEASON

N/A

TOTAL: -12.4 WAR

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