Which White Sox prospects are ready to be promoted to the major leagues? South Siders have a wealth of top prospects currently in Charlotte.
Cody Asche’s first season with the White Sox was simply terrible. Slotted as the Opening Day designated hitter, he was hitting .105, with one home run, four RBI’s , and 21 strikeouts in 62 at-bats. His abysmal 2017 season came to a screeching stop on May 14 when the Sox were forced to option him to Triple-A Charlotte. Asche’s demotion opened up a roster spot on the team but also sparked a debate on which minor leaguer was next to make the jump up to the big leagues. Was it time for Yoan Moncada or Reynaldo Lopez to make the move up?
To the dismay of many anxious Sox fans, the team called up 29-year-old Greg Infante, whose last MLB appearance was in 2010. The Sox added another arm to a very exhausted bullpen. However, the question of who will be next to make the big league roster also brings up another question: Who is ready to make the big league roster?