Disciplined Gavin Sheets Strives For More Power
The White Sox expect to see a power surge from the 2017 second-rounder because of his plate approach and improving athleticism.
Zack Collins Strives To Be All-Around Catcher
The hard-hitting backstop should enter the big league picture in 2020, though he wants to speed up that timeline.
Zach Thompson Emerges As Bullpen Candidate
A focus on working pitch to pitch and staying downhill in his delivery has helped the 25-year-old reliever thrive.
Luis Robert Learns From Abbreviated Season
A hand injury truncated Robert's season and sapped his power—he hit zero home runs—but the White Sox aren't concerned.
Dylan Cease Tweaks His Curveball Grip
Young power pitcher Cease, an integral part of the Jose Quintana trade, could impact the White Sox in 2019.
Eloy Jimenez Looks Like A Perennial All-Star
No one doubts that the 21-year-old left fielder will be a fixture of Chicago's lineup for years to come.
Nick Madrigal Recovers From Early Injury
The No. 4 overall pick entered pro ball nursing an injury from the College World Series, but he showed no ill effects in a strong pro debut.
White Sox Fans Clamor To See Eloy Jimenez
If he keeps hitting, the young slugger will reach the majors before the season ends, making him the system's Best Player in our midseason update.
Seby Zavala Continues Power-Hitting Ways
Zavala considers himself to be a catcher who can hit. His performance at Double-A backs that assessment.
Blake Rutherford Learned The Right Lessons From 2017
The 2016 first-rounder worked out with a major league star and added strength in a productive winter.