The Chicago White Sox are trying to win. As we have seen across baseball over the past few seasons, teams that believe they can win the World Series will fill a hole at the trade deadline by trading away prospects. The Sox have plenty of prospects that they can sell off for help if a need presents itself down the road. They look like a complete roster right now but injuries, performance issues, or depth can be tested as a season goes on. These are three White Sox prospects to trade for MLB help:
The Chicago White Sox are lucky to have such a deep prospect pool.
The Chicago White Sox has a loaded outfield. Eloy Jimenez is going to be the stud offensive left fielder. Luis Robert might be the best all-around player on the White Sox playing a premier defensive centerfield position. Adam Eaton is going to be the right fielder as well. They even have Adam Engel who can play all three outfield positions very well and can hit too. That is what makes Micker Adolfo an expendable piece.
If the White Sox wanted to include Adolfo in a package to acquire some help, they would be able to get away with it. He is a good young prospect who is 24 years old and could have some good baseball in him. If a team needed a fourth outfielder for a run they could even go after someone like Adolfo if they wanted. The most likely case, however, is a rebuilding team offloading a good MLB player for some prospects.
Adolfo is currently projected to play in the MLB this season. He is listed as the number eight prospect in the White Sox organization so it is clear that the league sees some potential in this player.