3 White Sox prospects who should not be added when rosters expand

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The Chicago White Sox are an incredible baseball team. This is one of the best teams in franchise history and they haven’t even reached September. They have serious aspirations of winning the World Series right now.

There are some really good teams in the American League right now so it is not a guarantee but they can play with anyone out there. If it doesn’t happen this year, it could certainly happen over the next three to five years.

The way that the White Sox got to this point is special. They rebuilt their organization from top to bottom. It started by trading away a player like Chris Sale who might be a Hall of Famer in the middle of his prime. Putting together some really good drafts, other great trades, and awesome free agency work, they have become one of the great teams in the MLB.

As they head into the playoffs, they are trying to show that they can be one of the best teams in the league. They just went 7-7 in a 14 game stretch against the New York Yankees, Oakland A’s, Tampa Bay Rays, and Toronto Blue Jays. It could be better but it could certainly be worse. It is fine now that they just defeated the Chicago Cubs in two games out of three.

The Chicago White Sox are going to see thier roster expand going into September.

The rosters are going to expand from 26 to 28 when September comes. That is going to be huge for the White Sox as they can add some depth to the organization. There are plenty of great players to choose from.

However, there are some prospects that they should probably avoid bringing up at this point. Development is also key for them right now and throwing these guys into these kinds of races might not be the right move. These are the three players to avoid calling up in September: