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2022 South Side Sox Prospect Vote: Round 22

Brooks Gosswein is voted the overall No. 21 prospect. Who is the 22nd-best player in the White Sox system?

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If you’re unsure of what this is, read our Top Prospect Vote primer.


Coming in at No. 21 is Brooks Gosswein, with a dominant 29% (28 of 96 votes). The southpaw — our first lefty starter to appear and advance — surged up from seventh place (with two votes) last round to first place, with 28. That makes two straight crazy jumps for winners ... Russia, is that you?

McDougal was once again denied, and this time Jonathan Stiever and Carlos Pérez leapfrogged over him for second and third places. But a battle royale is shaping up this round, as Stiever, Pérez and McDougal and are separated by just three votes at the top. McDougal in fourth place also starts a string of four straight right-handed starting pitchers in the results.

Drafted in 2021, Gosswein has never appeared in our prospect polling. The No. 21-voted prospect in 2020 was Jake Burger. In 2021, No. 21 was José Rodríguez.

Luis Basabe made his ballot debut in a tie for eighth, with two votes.

Next to join the ballot is lefty reliever Bennett Sousa.

South Side Sox Top White Sox Prospects for 2022

  1. Norge Vera — 29% (Burger 18%, Rodríguez 14%, Céspedes 13%, Colás 12%, Montgomery 8%, Kath/Kelley 2.1%, Ramos 1.7%, Hernández 0.8%)
  2. Jake Burger — 43% (Rodríguez 21%, Colás 12%, Céspedes 11%, Montgomery 9%, Kelley 1.3%, Ramos/Thompson/Kath/Hernández 0.6%)
  3. José Rodríguez — 38% (Céspedes 21%, Colás/Montgomery 18%, Kath 2%, Thompson 1.2%, Kelley/Ramos/Dalquist/Hernández 0.6%)
  4. Oscar Colás — 31% (Montgomery 28%, Céspedes 24%, Adolfo 8%, Kelley/Hernández 2.4%, Kath 1.8%, Thompson 1.2%, Ramos/Dalquist/0.6%)
  5. Colson Montgomery — 41% (Céspedes 33%, Adolfo 8%, Sánchez 5%, Kelley 4%, Kath 3%, Ramos/Hernández 2%, Dalquist 1.3%, Thompson 0.6%)
  6. Yoelqui Céspedes — 55% (González 13%, Sánchez 10%, Adolfo 7%, Kath 4.4%, Ramos/Hernández 3.7%, Kelley 3%, Dalquist 1%, Thompson 0%)
  7. Yolbert Sánchez — 34% (González 25%, Kelley 11%, Adolfo 9.3%, Kath 8.8%, Thompson 3.1%, Ramos/Hernández 2.6%, Burke 2%, Dalquist 1%)
  8. Romy González — 41% (Adolfo 16%, Kelley 15%, Kath 14%, Ramos 4%, Hernández/Dalquist 3%, Thompson 2%, Burke 1.4%, Lambert 0.7%)
  9. Wes Kath — 30% (Adolfo 24%, Kelley 18%, Burke 10%, Ramos 6%, Hernández 4.1%, Freeman 3.6%, Thompson 2.3%, Lambert 1.8%, Dalquist 0.9%)
  10. Micker Adolfo — 37% (Kelley 26%, Burke 14%, Ramos 7%, Mieses 5%, Hernández 4%, Freeman 3%, Dalquist 2.3%, Thompson 1.6%, Lambert 0%)
  11. Jared Kelley — 33% (Burke 23%, Ramos 15%, Mieses/Hernández 7%, Thompson 6%, Freeman 4%, Lambert 3%, Dalquist 2%, McDougal 1%)
  12. Bryan Ramos — 33% (Burke 23%, Hernández 13%, Thompson 10%, Mieses 8%, Lambert 6%, Freeman/Dalquist 3%, McClure 1.2%, McDougal 0.6%)
  13. Sean Burke — 33% (Hernández 20%, Thompson 15%, Mieses 9.3%, Freeman 8.6%, Lambert 6%, Dalquist 5%, McClure/McDougal 1%, Bilous 0%)
  14. Erick Hernández — 37% (Thompson 20%, Mieses 10.3%, Freeman 9.5%, Dalquist 7%, Veras/Lambert 2%, McClure 3%, Bilous 2%, McDougal 0%)
  15. Matthew Thompson — 37% (Mieses 19%, Dalquist 16%, Freeman 15%, Lambert 8%, Veras 6%, Stiever/McDougal 5%, McClure 2%, Bilous 0%)
  16. Luis Mieses — 25% (Freeman 21%, Dalquist 18%, Veras 15%, Lambert/McDougal 6%, Sosa 4%, McClure 3%, Stiever/Bilous 1%)
  17. Drew Dalquist — 21% (Veras 19%, Freeman 17%, McDougal 14%, Lambert/Stiever 10%, Sosa 8%, González 2%, McClure/Bilous 0%)
  18. Wilfred Veras — 26% (Freeman 23%, Lambert/McDougal 10%, Stiever 6%, Sosa/Gosswein/McClure/Bilous 5%, González 4%)
  19. Caleb Freeman — 39% (McDougal 14%, Lambert/Stiever 12%, Sosa 8%, Tatum 6%, Gosswein/Bilous 4%, McClure/González 3%)
  20. Lenyn Sosa — 39% (McDougal 16%, Stiever 11%, Pérez 10%, Lambert 9%, González 7%, Gosswein/Tatum 3%, Bilous/McClure 1%)
  21. Brooks Gosswein — 29% (Stiever 18%, Pérez 17%, McDougal 15%, Lambert 8%, Bilous 5%, McClure 3%, González/Basabe 2%. Tatum 1%)

Luis Basabe

Center Fielder
Age 25
2020 SSS vote ranking 8
2021 High Level Richmond (AA for San Francisco)
Age vs. highest level +0.1
Overall 2021 stats 33 games ▪️ 3 HR ▪️ 12 RBI ▪️ .253/.393/.411 ▪️ 21 BB ▪️ 37 K ▪️ 5-of-5 SB

Basabe is back in the White Sox organization after two years away, making his major league debut in 2020 for the Giants. Most recently, he had a tepid winter league season in Venezuela, at .707 OPS in 38 games.


Jason Bilous

Right-Handed Starting Pitcher
Age 24
2021 High Level Birmingham (AA)
Age vs. highest level -1.6
Overall 2021 pro stats 3-8 ▪️ 20 starts ▪️ 79 23 IP ▪️ 5.76 ERA ▪️ 106 K ▪️ 32 BB ▪️ 1.431 WHIP

Bilous dominated at Winston-Salem to start the season (2.45 ERA and 0.886 WHIP in three starts) but struggled at Birmingham. The White Sox may see if he can hang in a Double-A rotation (while still younger than league average) before moving him back into the bullpen, where his power arm may play better.


Misael González

Right Fielder
Age 20
2021 High Level Kannapolis (Low-A)
Age vs. highest level -1.2
Overall 2021 stats 52 games ▪️ 8 HR ▪️ 33 RBI ▪️ .238/.333/.435 ▪️ 17 BB ▪️ 66 K ▪️ 5-of-7 SB

In the almost exactly age-appropriate ACL to start last season, González went crazy, with a .988 OPS in 21 games, before a promotion to Kanny cooled him off.


Jimmy Lambert

Right-Handed Starting Pitcher
Age 27
2019 SSS vote ranking 21
2020 SSS vote ranking 18
2021 SSS vote ranking 18
2021 High Level Chicago (MLB)
Overall 2021 MiLB stats 3-3 ▪️ 19 starts ▪️ 64 1⁄3 IP ▪️ 4.76 ERA ▪️ 82 K ▪️ 32 BB ▪️ 1.259 WHIP

Lambert scuffled in Charlotte, and did not acquit himself well in spot MLB work, either (1-1, 6.23 ERA, 6.48 FIP, 1.692 WHIP in 13 innings).


Kade McClure

Right-Handed Starting Pitcher
Age 26
2020 SSS vote ranking 39
2021 SSS vote ranking 25
2021 High Level Charlotte (AAA)
Age vs. highest level -2.0
Overall 2021 stats 4-7 ▪️ 24 starts ▪️ 105 13 IP ▪️ 4.87 ERA ▪️ 35 BB ▪️ 113 K ▪️ 1.367 WHIP


Tanner McDougal

Right-Handed Starting Pitcher
Age 18
2021 High Level ACL White Sox (Rookie)
Age vs. highest level -2.9
Overall 2021 MiLB stats 1-2 ▪️ 6 games (4 starts) ▪️ 9 2⁄3 IP ▪️ 9.31 ERA ▪️ 17 K ▪️ 5 BB ▪️ 1.552 WHIP

The McDougal signing was quite a score for the White Sox after drafting him in last year’s fifth round out of Silverado H.S. in Las Vegas. However, his cursory pro assignment in Arizona ended in injury, and McDougal will miss the 2022 season after Tommy John surgery.


Carlos Pérez

Catcher
Age 25
2021 High Level Charotte (AAA)
Age vs. highest level -2.4
Overall 2021 stats 111 games ▪️ 13 HR ▪️ 59 RBI ▪️ .258/.309/.410 ▪️ 27 BB ▪️ 46 K ▪️ 30-of-71 (42%) CS

This winter, Pérez had an .855 OPS in 22 games for the Bravos de Margarita in Venezuela.


Bennett Sousa

Left-Handed Relief Pitcher
Age 26
2021 High Level Charlotte (Triple-A)
Age vs. highest level -1.0
Overall 2021 stats 4-3 ▪️ 37 games ▪️ 47 13 IP ▪️ 3.61 ERA ▪️ 71 K ▪️ 20 BB ▪️ 1.204 WHIP


Jonathan Stiever

Right-Handed Starting Pitcher
Age 24
2021 SSS vote ranking 7
2021 High Level Chicago (MLB)
Triple-A 2021 stats 5-5 ▪️ 17 starts ▪️ 74 IP ▪️ 5.84 ERA ▪️ 88 K ▪️ 28 BB ▪️ 1.459 WHIP

Stiever pitched in one game last year for the White Sox, giving up three earned runs without retiring a batter. He had lat surgery in late August but was expected to be ready for spring training.


Terrell Tatum

Center Fielder
Age 22
2021 High Level Winston-Salem (High-A)
Age vs. highest level -1.9
Overall 2021 stats 26 games ▪️ 1 HR ▪️ 12 RBI ▪️ .256/.438/.397 ▪️ 25 BB ▪️ 34 BB ▪️ 7-of-7 SB


Poll

Who is the 22nd-best prospect in the White Sox organization?

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    Luis Basabe
    (0 votes)
  • 1%
    Jason Bilous
    (1 vote)
  • 1%
    Misael González
    (1 vote)
  • 8%
    Jimmy Lambert
    (6 votes)
  • 1%
    Kade McClure
    (1 vote)
  • 14%
    Tanner McDougal
    (11 votes)
  • 38%
    Carlos Pérez
    (29 votes)
  • 6%
    Bennett Sousa
    (5 votes)
  • 21%
    Jonathan Stiever
    (16 votes)
  • 6%
    Terrell Tatum
    (5 votes)
75 votes total Vote Now