White Sox: Spring Training providing glimpse into future outfield

SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 10: Eloy Jimenez
SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 10: Eloy Jimenez /

 White Sox prospects envision success for the future outfield of the team. Young outfielders hope to have the chance to play together in the majors someday.

Chicago White Sox top prospect Eloy Jimenez has exuded confidence throughout his time in the organization. With the outfielder arriving at camp on Tuesday, he got a chance to get a glimpse of what the future outfield of this team could be.

Jimenez, along with Luis Robert and Micker Adolfo, expressed visions of a future Sox outfield with each player. While these young players have yet to make their major league debut, it hasn’t stopped them from thinking of being in the same outfield in the future on the Sox.

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According to Vinnie Duber of NBC Sports Chicago, each of the aforementioned players were talking about the opportunity of playing together in the majors in the future on Tuesday. Jimenez is the closest to the majors out of each player, and they’re starting to build a solid bond early in Spring Training.

The Sox current rebuild has been met with praise from many fans. With Jimenez being close to joining the team later this year, the possibility of an outfield featuring him, Robert and Adolfo would be great for the organization in a few years. However, Robert and Adolfo still have a lot of work to do in order for this future outfield dream to become a reality.

"“Actually, just a few minutes ago when we were taking BP, we were talking about it. Micker and Luis said, ‘Can you imagine if we had the opportunity one day to play together in the majors: right, left and center field? The three of us together and having the opportunity to bring a championship to this team?’ I think that’s a dream for us, and we’re trying to work hard for that.” Eloy Jimenez"

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Sox fans are eagerly anticipating the next wave of prospects to join the team, which includes Jimenez. The 21-year-old has championship aspirations for the future along with Adolfo. Adolfo mentioned he, Robert and Jimenez were discussing possibly hitting behind each other in the majors and winning championships. If this can happen in the future, expect the Sox become one of the better teams in the majors.