White Sox prospects well represented in latest MLB Pipeline ranking with six prospects ranked in Top 100. Top Sox prospect ranked third overall.
The White Sox farm system was well represented yet again with the latest MLB Pipeline Top 100 ranking that was released on Saturday. After Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus released their overall prospects rankings, MLB Pipeline showcased its latest prospect ranking which had six White Sox prospects in its Top 100 prospects.
With most of the attention of Sox fans being paid to whether the team can sign Manny Machado, the team’s farm system continues to get good recognition. Eloy Jimenez, Michael Kopech, Dylan Cease, Luis Robert, Nick Madrigal, and Dane Dunning were the six Sox prospects ranked in the Top 100 of MLB Pipeline’s prospect rankings going into the 2019 season.
Most of the Sox six prospects in MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 will either make their major league debuts later this upcoming season or already have debuted with the Sox. The Sox highest ranked prospect, Jimenez, came in at No.3 overall in MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 list and should make his debut later this season, possibly as soon as mid-April.
The Sox farm system should be a good selling point to any free agent that would like to sign a long-term deal. With many top prospects on their way to Chicago in the next few years, the Sox have the depth to build a sustainable winner on the South Side.