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South Side Sox Roster Ranking: Round 32

Who is the 32nd-most important member of the White Sox major-league roster?

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Redux: Someone from the bullpen will definitely win this next round.
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OK, guys, we’re almost there.

José Rondón, with 39% (nine of 23 votes) is the 31st-most important member of the White Sox roster.

Three bullpen arms remain. If there are no ties, this ballot will end the roster ranking, and we will move on to the final phase of voting.

South Side Sox White Sox Roster Ranking for 2018

  1. Reynaldo Lopez — 34% (Abreu 28%, Moncada 26%, Anderson 4%, Giolito 3%, García 2%, Rodon 1%-4 votes, Sánchez/Davidson 1%-3 votes, Jones 0%)
  2. Yoan Moncada — 42% (Abreu 26%, Giolito 11%, Anderson 7%, Rodon 5%, Sánchez 3%, García 2%-4, Davidson 2%-3, Jones/Fulmer 1%)
  3. José Abreu — 34% (Giolito 24%, Anderson 19%, Rodon 10%, García 8%, Davidson/Sánchez/Jones 2%, Fulmer 1%, Engel 0%)
  4. Tim Anderson — 44% (Giolito 25%, García 10%, Rodon 9%, Davidson 4%, Sánchez 3%, Castillo/Fulmer 2%, Engel 1%, Jones 0%)
  5. Lucas Giolito — 56% (García 17%, Rodon 14%, Sánchez 5%, Fulmer 3%-4, Davidson 3%-3, Engel 2%, Delmonico 1%, Castillo/Jones 0%)
  6. Carlos Rodon — 40% (García 33%, Davidson 10%, Sánchez 7%, Fulmer/Castillo 4%, Engel 1%-2, Delmonico/Jones 1%-1, Narvaez 0%)
  7. Avisail García — 60% (Sánchez 16%, Fulmer 9%, Davidson 6%, Jones 4%, Delmonico 2%, Castillo/Bummer 1%, Engel/Narvaez 0%)
  8. Yolmer Sánchez — 32% (Davidson 20%, Fulmer 18%, Jones 10%, Castillo 9%, Delmonico 7%, Engel 4%, Bummer 1%, Narváez/Rondón 0%)
  9. Matt Davidson — 31% (Fulmer 30%, Castillo 14%, Jones 11%, Delmonico 10%, Shields 2%, Rondón 1%, Narváez/Engel/Bummer 0%)
  10. Carson Fulmer — 31% (Jones 21%, Castillo 14%, Delmonico 11%, García 9%, Bummer/Shields 4%, Engel/Rondón 3%, Narvaez 1%)
  11. Nate Jones — 35% (Castillo 27%, Delmonico 20%, Engel/García 4%, Shields 3%, Rondón/Bummer 2%, Avilán/Narváez 1%)
  12. Nicky Delmonico — 43% (Castillo 28%, Shields 7%, Engel 6%-11, García 6%-10, Santiago 4%, Bummer 2%-4, Avilán/Rondón 2%-3, Narváez 1%)
  13. Welington Castillo — 51% (Engel/García 14%, Rondón 8%, Bummer 5%, Shields 3%, Santiago/Narváez 2%, Soria 1%, Avilán 0%)
  14. Leury García — 26% (Engel 20%, Rondón 17%, Bummer 10%, Soria 9%, Shields 7%, Avilán 6%, Santiago/Smith 2%, Narváez 1%)
  15. Trayce Thompson — 18% (Rondón/Engel 17%, Bummer 13%, Shields 11%, Narváez/Santiago 8%, Soria 6%, Avilán/Smith 1%)
  16. Adam Engel — 24% (Bummer 19%, Santiago/Rondón 15%, Narváez/Soria 7%, Shields 5%, Avilán 4%, Smith 3%, Minaya 1%)
  17. Aaron Bummer — 33% (Santiago 18%, Rondón/Soria 13%, Shields 10%, Smith 8%, Narváez 5%, Avilán 3%, Minaya/Infante 0%)
  18. James Shields — 21% (Rondón 20%, Santiago 17%, Narváez 16%, Soria 13%, Avilán 7%, González/Smith 3%, Minaya/Infante 0%)
  19. Gregory Infante — 29% (Santiago 22%, Rondón 14%, Narváez 13%, Soria 10%, Avilán 6%, Beck 3%, González/Smith 2%, Minaya 1%)
  20. Hector Santiago — 39% (Rondón/Narváez 16%, Soria 9%, Volstad 7%, Avilán 6%, Beck 4%, González/Minaya/Smith 1%)
  21. Bruce Rondón — 27% (Narváez 24%, Avilán/Soria 15%, Farquhar 8%, González 7%, Beck/Volstad 2%, Minaya/Smith 0%)
  22. Joakim Soria — 42% (Narváez 25%, Avilán 17%, Farquhar 6%, Beck/González/Palka/Smith 3%, Minaya/Volstad 0%)
  23. Omar Narváez — 33% (Palka 23%, Avilán 19%, González 7%, Covey/Smith/Volstad 5%, Minaya/Farquhar 2%, Beck 0%)
  24. Luis Avilán — 42% (Palka 28%, Farquhar/Smith 8%, Minaya 6%, González/Volstad 4%, Covey 2%, Beck 0%)
  25. Daniel Palka — 28% (Farquhar/Smith 8%, Minaya 6%, González/Volstad 4%, Covey 2%, Beck 0%)
  26. Kevan Smith — 23% (Covey 19%, González 16%, Volstad/Minaya 12%, Farquhar 10%, Beck 9%)
  27. Dylan Covey — 19% (González 16%, Volstad/Minaya 12%, Farquhar 10%, Beck 9%)
  28. Miguel González — 16% (Volstad/Minaya 12%, Farquhar 10%, Beck 9%)
  29. Jace Fry — 45% (Volstad 26%, Beck/Farquhar/Minaya 10%)
  30. Chris Volstad — 26% (Beck/Farquhar/Minaya 10%)
  31. José Rondón — 39% (Beck/Minaya 22%, Farquhar 17%)

Here are your choices for the 32nd round of voting:

Chris Beck, P

2018 Age: 26

Overall 2017 stats: 6.40 ERA ▪️ 6.84 FIP ▪️ 5.8 K/9 ▪️ 4.7 BB/9 ▪️ 1.2 K/BB ▪️ -0.8 WAR ▪️ $535,000 salary

Career stats: 6.38 ERA ▪️ 6.28 FIP ▪️ 6.1 K/9 ▪️ 5.2 BB/9 ▪️ 1.2 K/BB ▪️ -1.3 WAR


Danny Farquhar, RP

2018 Age: 31

Overall 2017 stats: 4.20 ERA ▪️ 4.07 FIP ▪️ 8.2 K/9 ▪️ 5.1 BB/9 ▪️ 1.6 K/BB ▪️ -0.1 WAR ▪️ $900,000 salary

Career stats: 3.93 ERA ▪️ 3.60 FIP ▪️ 10.2 K/9 ▪️ 3.5 BB/9 ▪️ 2.9 K/BB ▪ 1.0 WAR


Juan Minaya, RP

2018 Age: 27

Overall 2017 stats: 4.53 ERA ▪️ 4.55 FIP ▪️ 10.5 K/9 ▪️ 4.1 BB/9 ▪️ 2.6 K/BB ▪️ 0.3 WAR ▪️ $535,000 salary

Career stats: 4.91 ERA ▪️ 4.66 FIP ▪️ 9.5 K/9 ▪️ 4.9 BB/9 ▪️ 1.9 K/BB ▪️ 0.1 WAR

Poll

Who is the 32nd-most important player on the White Sox roster?

This poll is closed

  • 31%
    Chris Beck
    (17 votes)
  • 29%
    Danny Farquhar
    (16 votes)
  • 38%
    Juan Minaya
    (21 votes)
54 votes total Vote Now