Konnor Pilkington Leans Into His Changeup
The 2018 third-round lefthander had developed the utmost confidence in his changeup at Double-A as he moves swiftly to Chicago.
Chase Krogman Overcomes Long Layoff
The 20-year-old outfielder impressed in instructional league and did the same in his first few games at Low-A.
Gavin Sheets Gets Versatile
The 2017 second-rounder felt shunned by not getting an alternate site invite last year, so he used it as motivation to learn a new position.
Bryan Ramos Feels Right At Home
The 2018 international signee is part of a large group of Cuban players in the White Sox organization.
Michael Kopech Returns To Fold
The 24-year-old righthander is part of a talented group that could bolster Chicago's pitching staff in 2021.
Yoelqui Cespedes Receives Brotherly Advice
The White Sox signed Cuban outfielder Yoelqui Cespedes, the half-brother of Yoenis, after the two spent time working out this offseason.
Garrett Crochet Echoes Past White Sox Star
The 21-year-old lefthander made a big impression while becoming the first 2020 draftee to reach the big leagues.
Elijah Tatis Follows Footsteps Of Superstar Brother
The White Sox see plenty of promise in Fernando Tatis Jr.'s younger brother, who is a 19-year-old shortstop.
Jake Burger Refuses To Give Up
The 2017 first-rounder remains undeterred even after losing two seasons to leg injuries and then contending with the pandemic in 2020.
Luis Robert: White Sox 2020 Rookie Of The Year
The five-tool center fielder came out swinging in August, drawing lofty comparisons, before hitting a wall in September.