Dan Victor makes his SSS pod debut by hopping on with Brett Ballantini to discuss the recent draft in detail, plus a survey of the full White Sox system
Darren Black hops on with Brett Ballantini to discuss disappointments in pitchers young and old, and tackle the controversial low pay for MiLBers
Darren Black and Trevor Lines hop on with Brett Ballantini to highlight their standout sleeper picks of the White Sox draft, and address the imminent return of Eloy Jiménez to Chicago — and to left field
Green, a lefty reliever, ended his college career as the TCU closer.
The South Siders added a Northwestern infielder late in the MLB Draft.
The South Siders continued their trend of selecting high-upside high schoolers on Day 3.
The South Siders picked their second catcher of the day.
The South Siders drafted a Vandy third baseman in the later rounds.
Tatum is the fifth position player and first outfielder taken in the 2021 draft by the South Siders
You guessed it, we’re back to picking college arms! This time, it’s the unique combo of righty arm/lefty bat
The South Siders select their first catcher of this year’s draft
The South Siders select yet another college arm, this time tapping TCU for a possible rotation piece
The South Siders select yet another college arm, with this righty reliever
The South Siders continue to buck their trend, add another prep infielder
Burke is the South Siders’ first pitcher and college selection of the draft
The South Siders ended Day 2 by dipping into the Big Ten for a lefty pitcher
The South Siders take another college southpaw
The South Siders took another chance on a lefty in the eighth round
The South Siders pick up a closer with a high strikeout rate
The South Siders pegged an Ole Miss righty reliever
The South Siders add a high school arm in the fifth round of the MLB Draft.
The South Siders snagged a Bradley University lefty in the fourth round