Brad Goldberg, RHP
2017 Season: 11 Appearances, 8.25 ERA, 12.0 IP
The White Sox called Brad Goldberg up in June then quickly sent him back down to Triple-A Charlotte. In his debut he allowed four runs on three hits in just a 1/3 of an inning on June 3. He was largely called up because of the injuries that plagued the team.
He was the team’s 10th round pick in 2013 and just made his debut this season. It wasn’t a pretty sight as over 11 appearances he posted a disappointing 8.25 ERA. It was a shame too because Goldberg was actually someone this team was high on when he was drafted. He did fair a little bit better in the minors, posting a 3.35 ERA in just over 40 innings.
Goldberg is the one player from this list who decided to stick with the team. He doesn’t have the service time the other guys do. That could be why he stuck with the team.