Norge Vera took the top spot. Who is the second-best prospect in the White Sox system?
Continued struggles at the plate and crowded competition in the outfield have turned the heat up.
Who is the best prospect in the White Sox system?
Org arm or legit bullpen piece? The 2022 season will hold the answers.
A future broadcasting staple arrives on the South Side.
Unsurprisingly, given all the summer hype, Popeye tops this list.
Here’s an update of what’s to come, as we navigate together through the long winter and MLB lockout.
A few aging vets head the list of southpaw bullpen help.
On track for an eventual rotation spot, it seems likely the fireballer will see one more year out of the pen — possibly moving into the 2021 Kopech role.
Bill Veeck fends off a late run from Charlie Finley.
The lockout provides a perfect opportunity to jump-start our staff pickup game — and you can participate, too!
Lefty relief abounds, both in quality and quantity, with the Knights.
With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore.
Two strong lefties finished up promising seasons with the Barons.
The South Side is about to Rock.
Most of these arms have unfinished business with the Dash before moving on to Birmingham.
El Duque enters the fold.
A couple of stellar 2021 picks lead this list of Low-A lefties.
Kid Keuchy cruises into Chicago.
Garrett Schoenle leads a small cast of southpaws.
Baseball remains in lockdown, but minor league deals are keeping the White Sox busy.
Bill Veeck takes one step closer to ownership.
Many (aging) right-handed bullpen arms are still available when the lockout ends.
Aside from a few homers, the South Side closer was absolutely dominant out of the pen in 2021.
Power arms all — each finding some success at the higher levels.