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White Sox Draft Organization Report

Phil Rogers -Premium Content

At first glance, it appears the White Sox went back to the future with their selection of San Francisco lefthander Aaron Poreda in the first round of the draft. But while Poreda makes it three years in a row that the Sox have selected a college pitcher, he is hardly from the same category of prospect as Texas Christian's Lance Broadway and Texas' Kyle McCulloch.

Majors | #2007#Chicago White Sox#Organization Reports

White Sox Organization Report

Phil Rogers -Premium Content

uan Uribe has no assurances with the White Sox beyond this season, and further jeopardizing his job security is an intriguing crop of shortstop prospects rising through the system. The Sox haven't had a homegrown player as their primary shortstop since Bucky Dent, who was traded to the Yankees in 1977. This will be an interesting season at the position in the minors, with three prospects battling to be the regular shortstop at Triple-A Charlotte.

Majors | #2007#Chicago White Sox#Organization Reports

White Sox Organization Report

Phil Rogers -Premium Content

A year ago, the White Sox were so bereft of lefthanded relievers that they rounded up seven non-roster lefties to compete for a job in their bullpen. But with the acquisition of Matt Thornton and the emergence of Boone Logan, Paulino Reynoso and Heath Phillips, a year later the Sox declared their senior lefty specialist expendable.

Majors | #2006#Chicago White Sox#Organization Reports

White Sox Organization Report

Phil Rogers -Premium Content

Left field no longer appears to be a way to get Josh Fields onto a White Sox roster that includes Joe Crede. That was the conclusion of manager Ozzie Guillen after Fields' work in winter ball ended early. He returned from the Venezuelan League, along with outfielders Brian Anderson and Ryan Sweeney, lefthander Heath Phillips and righthander Sean Tracey, after Razor Shines was dismissed as manager of La Guaira there.

Majors | #2006#Chicago White Sox#Organization Reports