2014 MLB draft

When the White Sox failed to sign the No. 1 pick


43 years before Brady Aiken refused to sign with the Houston Astros, Danny Goodwin chose college instead of Chicago

Signing Carlos Rodon: It's only money

Astros' tug-of-war with Brady Aiken shows there are worse things to fight over than money

Scott Boras gets top dollar for Carlos Rodon


White Sox first-round draft pick signs for $6.582 million, a franchise record and well above slot

Reading Room: Hahn on Rodon

Plus: Hector Noesi and Jose Abreu keep hanging tough, and that whole thing with Manny Machado was weird

MLB Draft 2014: Signings and rumors open thread


Your place for all the news and rumors you hear about the White Sox 2014 draft picks

MLB Draft 2014: Day three wrap up


The Sox continue to load up on fresh college players and pitchers.

2014 MLB Draft: Day 3 DraftThread


30 rounds of fast and furious baseball drafting action!

MLB Draft Day 2 Wrap Up


More and more and more pitchers. Heck, even the position players drafted are pitchers. Well, except for Carlos Rodon's catcher. Sneaky Rick. Very sneaky.

2014 MLB Draft: Day 2 DraftThread


Talk about eight more rounds of hot draft action starting at noon

White Sox take direct approach on first day


Selections of Carlos Rodon and Spencer Adams suggest club prioritizing talent over budget flexibility


White Sox pick RHP Spencer Adams in the 2nd round


In the second round of the MLB draft, the White Sox selected RHP Spencer Adams from White County HS (Ga.). Adams is a power pitcher with a mid-90's fastball who's split his time playing basketball...

White Sox select Carlos Rodon with the third pick


Follow the #RoadToRodon

It's the DraftThread


Talk about the White Sox's first top-three pick since 1990

Last call for White Sox mock draft picks


With their final best guesses, who do the experts think the White Sox will select with the No. 3 pick?

White Sox draft possibilities: 10 more names


Five pitchers and five position players who may be selected in the top half of the 2014 MLB draft

White Sox draft possibilities: Alex Jackson


Catcher/outfielder from San Diego high school might have the best bat in the draft

White Sox draft possibilities: Nick Gordon


Baseball family's latest product ranks as the top shortstop in the draft

2014 MLB Draft: Kolek a mock lock for Sox


Financial considerations create plenty of uncertainty at top of draft boards

White Sox Draft Possibilities: Aaron Nola


Who is Aaron Nola? He's a 6'1' right-handed pitcher for LSU. His fastball is plus along with his control. His two other pitches, a curveball and changeup, are average right now, but the changeup...

White Sox draft possibilities: Carlos Rodon


NC State Ace has arguably been the best collegiate pitcher since his freshman season.

White Sox draft possibilities: Brady Aiken


High school lefty out of San Diego is far more advanced than most prep pitchers

Draft possibilities: Tyler Kolek


Massive Texas prep righty is considered one of the three best prospects in the draft

Rodon to White Sox in mocks, but Nola lurking


Newest speculation has White Sox honing in on college pitchers

Tyler Kolek a popular match for White Sox


Most recent mock drafts and updates tie Texas prep pitcher to the No. 3 pick

MLB draft: Four-week warning


The survey says the Sox will use the third pick on one of three pitchers

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