There are a few White Sox prospects that are off to good starts for their respective teams. Which prospect will make their MLB debut this season?
The current White Sox rebuild has fans on both sides of the fence. There are fans that believe the rebuild is a complete failure at the moment as the team has yet to come close to having a winning record. There are other fans who remain optimistic that the Sox will become contenders sooner rather than later.
With players who were once top prospects in the Sox farm system now having success at the major league level, there’s a new wave of current prospects that are making a name for themselves to start the season. Eloy Jimenez could have been in this upcoming list but he’s starting to find his groove at the plate in his rookie season of MLB after receiving a contract extension during spring training.
The players that are off to good starts in the minors however, should be on the major league team over the next few years. There will be more top prospects that will make their major league debuts over the coming years and some of those prospects are very close to realizing their dreams. The White Sox did a good job of replenishing a poor farm system with quality prospects through trades and good drafting.
As the season progresses, there are going to be chatter from fans to promote any player that is having any kind of success in the minors. The Sox will likely remain patient in their handling of promoting prospects as they’ve done throughout this rebuild. While fans continue to anticipate the next arrival of a top prospect, let’s take a look at the prospects that are currently off to a good start to begin this season.