The Chicago White Sox are about to be one of those teams that put winning at the MLB level their top priority and some prospects might move as a result.
The Chicago White Sox are starting to turn the corner. They have made some seriously solid additions to their team via free agency and trade this offseason. They have added some pitching and hitting throughout the offseason so they expect to be a much-improved team over that span. They want to be that team that takes the biggest step in all of baseball. They are in a weak division so they could really contend for the playoffs in 2020 if things go right.
They have a very nice core of players like Yoan Moncada, Tim Anderson, and Eloy Jimenez leading the way. All of those players were once top prospects for the White Sox so they are living proof that if you trust the prospects some of them pan out nicely for you. These guys are going to lead the team for a long time and they started at the bottom. No prospect is guaranteed but there is nothing good about undervaluing what they could bring in bulk.
The White Sox are certainly not going to be able to keep them all. They have had some serious luck with the ones they have brought up so far which takes up a lot of positions on the field. You can never have to good of a farm so they need to continue to restock as they move on from some, but eventually, some of these guys will need to graduate to the big leagues. These are the three prospects that the White Sox would be best suited to trade if they need to address a weakness: