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2023 White Sox Top 100 Prospects

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 88: Ernesto Jaquez

A big-armed righty, plucked from Houston this winter

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 89: Laz Rivera

Still on the radar, but slipping on the depth chart

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 90: Xavier Fernández

As an insurance catcher with splendid defense, you could do much worse

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 91: Álvaro Agüero

Incredible speed + sneaky power = player to watch

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 92: Ben Norman

Age, unfortunately, might work against this lefty outfielder

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 93: Erick Bello

A slow start, not of his making, has stymied progress so far in the system

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 96: Alsander Womack

A sparkplug, built like a fireplug

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 94: Adisyn Coffey

Kanny’s "old" closer looks to get his footing and start making a move up the system

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 95: Arnold Prado

One rookie season in, and there’s a lot to like

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 97: Johan Domínguez

Tommy John surgery derailed his ascendance to the majors

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 98: Evan Skoug

That bat-first rep really proved out in 2022, putting this backstop back on the map

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 99: Noah Owen

It was a rough first full pro year, but there’s a lot of upside with this righty

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 100: Javier Mora

Quite a reversal from 2021 to 2022, so the forecast is again bright for this young second sacker

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 102: Yohemy Nolasco

Still short of 60 innings pitched in his career, sure, we don’t even have a photo yet

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 103: Billy Seidl

His first taste of pro ball flashed something much more than a 15th-rounder

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 101: Will Kincanon

Warning, Year 2: A comeback season is coming for The Cannon