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White Sox Minors

Coverage of White Sox prospects and White Sox minor leagues.

Birmingham Barons 2021 Season Preview

With Opening Day for the Minor League Baseball season upon us, let’s break down the most promising Double-A talent for the White Sox

Charlotte Knights 2021 Season Preview

Minor League baseball is back, and the Triple-A team offers a lot of familiar names

Updated: Digging Into the 2021 Alt-Sox

With Triple-A on hold, the Alternate Site White Sox are back in Schaumburg — and this time, with games!

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 1: Andrew Vaughn

Our top prospect breaks camp with the White Sox, playing ... designated hitter? First base? LEFT FIELD?

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 2: Michael Kopech

Our top pitching prospect seemingly has been around forever — but he’s back with the White Sox for a full rookie season!

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 3: Nick Madrigal

Our top second base prospect is still a rookie, just barely missing the cut to graduate from this list

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 4: Garrett Crochet

Another shock of the 2020 draft! From getting picked to throwing the most 100 mph pitches in the majors, in just two months

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 5: Jared Kelley

The shock of the 2020 draft? This plum flamethrowing prospect falling to the White Sox in the second round

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 6: Jonathan Stiever

Another incredible climb to the majors in 2020, this righty could yet see more time on the South Side later this summer

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 7: Yoelqui Céspedes

Officially inked just two months ago, this mini-mite has shot to the top as our No. 1 outfield prospect

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 8: Matthew Thompson

The headliner of an organizational shift toward welcoming prep arms, this righthander should see A-ball in 2021

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 9: Norge Vera

Dominance is on this tall righty’s horizon

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 10: Andrew Dalquist

This elite prep arm will get his first shot at near-full season pro ball come summer

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 11: Micker Adolfo

This oft-injured manchild still screams with potential, so fingers crossed for a healthy 2021

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 12: Benyamin Bailey

Our top left field prospect knocked the DSL on its hiney in his first professional season

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 13: Zack Burdi

Our top righty reliever prospect got a taste of the bigs in 2020 and makes it his mission to get back later this summer

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 14: Blake Rutherford

Chris Getz was jazzed about how this right fielder was crushing it last year in Schaumburg — let’s see how that power translates in 2021

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 15: Luis González

With a cup of coffee in 2020, he’s probably the first of the blue-chip Triple-A outfielders back up on the South Side

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 16: Gavin Sheets

Now not just a first baseman, but a possible corner outfielder!

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 17: Jake Burger

It is a sheer delight to see our top-ranked third base prospect back in action!

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 18: José Rodriguez

Our top-ranked shortstop prospect could club his way through Single-A

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 19: Yermín Mercedes

He’s put a cannon arm and bat on display this spring, but the question remains: Is there room in Chicago for this White Sox folk hero?

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 20: Jimmy Lambert

Despite an injury scare that quickly ended his MLB debut season of 2020, this righty has spot on the South Side staff reserved in the near future

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 21: Bryan Ramos

Though extremely young, he steps to the plate with solid contact ability and a laser hit tool

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 22: Tyler Johnson

This power arm packs just enough control to be in line for a major league debut this summer

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 23: Lenyn Sosa

Still very young for his level, he’s flashed power to accompany great fielding

South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 24: DJ Gladney

This young power bat will wreak havoc on pitchers once he hits the field again

This Year’s Biceps? Looks Like it Will NOT Be Reynaldo López

Mercurial righty breaks camp and heads north ... to Schaumburg — a week early

2021 South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 25: Yolbert Sánchez

While old for his level, this defensive whiz should rise rapidly

2021 South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 26: Seby Zavala

The one defensive-minded catcher high in the organization will have to find his bat to return to the bigs

2021 South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 27: Bernardo Flores Jr.

A first taste of the majors, and a continued aggressive climb up the system, make this southpaw’s future bright

2021 South Side Sox Top Prospect No. 28: Bryce Bush

A strong debut was offset by a rough 2019, but bet on this blue-chipper making some noise going forward

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