The Chicago White Sox drafted well on days two and three

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - JULY 17: A general view of the MLB Draft '22 logo on the TV monitors in the Seattle Mariners interview room before the MLB Draft at T-Mobile Park on July 17, 2022 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - JULY 17: A general view of the MLB Draft '22 logo on the TV monitors in the Seattle Mariners interview room before the MLB Draft at T-Mobile Park on July 17, 2022 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images) /
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The 2022 Major League Baseball Draft is now over and the picks are all in. The Chicago White Sox had a total of twenty picks to make themselves better in the future and they grabbed some interesting players.

Remember that it takes a while for prospects from the draft to develop so we will have to sit back and watch these new guys develop in the Minors before they hopefully make their way to the Major Leagues.

Days two and three for the White Sox were filled with picks from a variety of different positions. The White Sox took a lot of pitchers to start but then sprinkled in a little bit of everything after that. They got a lot of different players in a variety of different positions.

There were a few standout players from this year’s draft that are worth mentioning. Aside from the highly talented first two picks in the draft, there were some great players selected.

The White Sox picked up interesting kids like Jordan Sprinkle (a shortstop from UC Santa Barbara), Shane Gilbert (a left-handed pitcher out of Arizona’s Chandler-Gilbert Community College), and Drake Logan (a third baseman out of Shelton State Community College in Alabama).

These are just a few of the talented players that the Chicago White Sox were able to take in this year’s draft. These young men could be the face of the franchise sometime soon. It is up to the organization to help get them to that level.

The Chicago White Sox made some very interesting selections at the 2022 Draft.

The following is a list of players that the Chicago White Sox took on days two and three, in order, their position, school, and their spot in the draft:

Round 3, 101st-Jonathan Cannon-RHP-Georgia

Round 4, 131st Jordan Sprinkle-SS-UC Santa Barbara

Round 5, 161st Tyler Schweitzer-LHP-Ball State

Round 6, 191st Eric Adler-RHP-Wake Forest

Round 7, 221st Mark McLaughlin-RHP-Tennessee

Round 8, 251st Mario Camilletti-2B-Central Michigan

Round 9, 281st Michael Turner-C-Arkansas

Round 10, 311th Tim Elko-1B-Ole Miss

Round 11, 341st Jacob Burke-OF-Miami (FL)

Round 12, 371st Brooks Baldwin-3B-UNC Wilmington (NC)

Round 13, 401st Mason Adams-RHP-Jacksonville University (FL)

Round 14, 431st Shane Gilbert-LHP-Chandler-Gilbert Community College (AZ)

Round 15, 461st Billy Seidl-RHP-Duke University

Round 16, 491st Tristan Stivors-RHP-Texas State

Round 17, 521st Nick Altermatt-RHP-Minnesota State

Round 18, 551st Bryce Willits-3B-UC Santa Barbara

Round 19, 581st Drake Logan-3B-Shelton State Community College (AL)

Round 20, 611th Ethan Hammerberg-RHP-Ohio State

These picks will make their way to the Minor Leagues and begin their journey to the Major Leagues soon. Keep an eye on these guys because they just might end up starting for the White Sox (or another team) at some point in the future.

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