Looking for a starter with ridiculously high upside? Take a look at this 17-year-old.
Tatís had a short pro debut but should still see the States in 2020.
Just days after signing with the White Sox, Veloz was on his way to being the best relief pitcher in the DSL.
With last year’s second-best OPS in the White Sox organization, Laureano may yet prove a fast mover.
If this backstop can get his high-ceiling offense and defense to sync in a single season, he could climb fast in the White Sox system.
The lesser-known of the DSL Sánchezes should make his way to Arizona in 2020.
Cristian Mena hasn’t pitched a pro inning, but his future seems as promising as any.
Among a gaggle of DSL White Sox catchers, Benavides’ bat stood out.
Without a lot of name recognition but with plenty of upside, the young White Sox RFs will be fun to watch in 2020.
These four have yet to reach drinking age, but all are emerging prospects in the White Sox organization.
Benyamin Bailey leads a promising group of young left fielders in the White Sox system.
There is a decent degree of upside both offensively and defensively among rookie league shortstops. In fact, the talent level here may actually exceed any at the higher levels, with the possible exception of Lenyn Sosa.
There is indeed some talent here, though it’s mostly raw. The AZL third basemen appear to be the best of this group.
While there is some decent talent at Great Falls, Arizona and the Dominican, nobody is firmly established enough yet to be a surefire lock for full-season ball in 2020.
While there’s nobody here that is a Top 30 organizational prospect as of yet, there are a couple of interesting bats worth watching here — especially with Great Falls.
Due to the number of White Sox rookie league teams, each catcher gets relatively little playing time, with the DSL White Sox backstops looking sharpest.
The rookie corps of southpaws, especially at Great Falls and AZL, showed a lot of promise in 2019.
Let’s take a look at the Top 15 rookie league righties, focusing on five at each affiliate.
There’a a nice trio of young lefties in the rookie classes, all holding great promise for the future.
With the two top 2019 draftee arms pitching out of AZL (though briefly), Arizona is ground zero for the White Sox’s long-term pitching future.
Our monthly snapshots wind up with a look at the best of all eight affiliates in the final month of the season.
The big names highlight the stretch run, as Nick Madrigal and Jonathan Stiever had fantastic weeks … again.
The DSL Sox greatly improved from their abysmal 2018 performance, thanks to huge seasons from players like Benyamin Bailey, Ronaldo Guzman, and Yolbert Sánchez.
A split for Charlotte, but the undercard features a ton of terrible offensive games on the farm
The upper levels all came through with wins, while the rookie classes suffered a few heartbreakers.
Solid start: Matthew Thompson had another short, strong outing in Arizona tonight. (Sean Williams/South Side Hit Pen) Charlotte Knights 4,…
Despaigne wants back on the South Side, Steele Walker keeps clubbing, and Avery Weems cruises through another Pioneer League win.
The Charlotte Bats wreck havoc in Triple-A and some brilliant pitching performances from Week 20 in MILB.
Mostly victorious showings by the affiliates, and Luis Robert continues to torture Durham’s giant bull.
Tanner Banks pitches a gem, Yoán Moncada rehabs like a champ and Elijah Tatís gets his groove back
Trio of doubles powers Dash to victory; everyone else loses bye
John Parke was nearly perfect, while the Knights flashed some big power