We present four great options for the make-or-break pick of the draft (no, really) — the White Sox’s No. 45
We know the White Sox scour Indiana for draft picks, year after year — here’s a look at the team’s most likely targets
The road to Omaha begins, and for many in this tournament, the last chance to impress MLB scouts.
Josh Nelson and Jim Osborn both pick Kyle Wright’s teammate for the White Sox at #11.
Perhaps the best high school bat in this year’s draft class, Huntington Beach’s Nick Pratto could be a great addition for the rebuilding Chicago White Sox.
One of the top college starting pitchers could fall to the White Sox at pick 11.
Virginia’s Adam Haseley is considered one of the top outfielders in this draft class. In 49 games this season, he is hitting .387/.478/.670 with 13 home runs.