May 9, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox second baseman Micah Johnson (7) forces out Cincinnati Reds catcher Brayan Pena (29) and throws to first base during the sixth inning in game one of a doubleheader at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
Frankie Montas (RHP)
Montas is one of the hardest throwers in all of baseball, no matter what level you talk about.
According to FutureSox.com, he has fastball scrapes 100 not to mention slider with potential. His third pitch is a changeup, however that pitch needs some work. To begin his major league career, it is likely that the White Sox will use him out of the bullpen.
Micah Johnson (INF)
Micah Johnson has blazing speed and big time stolen base potential. He is still very raw, especially in the field not to mention despite his great speed Johnson still makes mistakes on the base paths.
Johnson could become a solid starter, but if he doesn’t make it that far he still has a place as a backup due to his speed. He could make a backup outfielder at some point, just so he could be used alas Jarrod Dyson of the Kansas City Royals.
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