Keep an eye on this very impressive righty, who survived a big jump from the DSL to Kannapolis.
After dropping a bit in the draft, Simmons hit the ground running in the White Sox system.
Patel is one of several promising arms drafted in 2019 by the White Sox.
With 20-20 potential, this versatile player holds promise for his second full pro season.
Among a gaggle of DSL White Sox catchers, Benavides’ bat stood out.
Slowly but surely, Ledo is moving up in the White Sox system.
There may be no greater fallen star in the White Sox system than this once-hyped righty.
Jeans was a starter in college, a reliever in his first professional year — and could be called on to fill either role as he advances through the White Sox system.
Devon Perez has been a revelation in his two years in the White Sox system.
After a promising 2018 with the Dash, Forbes struggled at Birmingham last year.
Overall, José Nin has had a solid start to his White Sox career, and could see Birmingham in 2020.