Chicago White Sox 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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ROSTER (Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30)

Drew Anderson
Aaron Bummer
Zack Burdi
Ryan Burr
Dylan Cease
Steve Cishek
Alex Colome
Jimmy Cordero
Garrett Crochet
Andrew Dalquist
Ross Detwiler
Danny Dopico
Dane Dunning
Bernardo Flores
Matt Foster
Jace Fry
Lucas Giolito
Gio Gonzalez
Tayron Guerrero
Ian Hamilton
Codi Heuer
Tyler Johnson
Jared Kelley
Dallas Keuchel
Jimmy Lambert
Jacob Lindgren
Reynaldo Lopez
Evan Marshall
Alex McRae
Kodi Medeiros
Carlos Rodon
Clayton Richard
Jose Ruiz
Bennett Sousa
Jonathan Stiever
Matthew Thompson
Zack Collins
James McCann
Jose Abreu
Tim Anderson
Jake Burger
Cheslor Cuthbert
Ryan Goins
Nick Madrigal
Danny Mendick
Yoan Moncada
Zach Remillard
Andrew Vaughn
Micker Adolfo
Nicky Delmonico
Jarrod Dyson
Adam Engel
Leury Garcia
Luis Gonzalez
Eloy Jimenez
Nomar Mazara
Luis Robert
Blake Rutherford

As the season has gone on, the White Sox have added more and more of their top prospects to their pool. While No. 3 prospect Michael Kopech has opted out of the season due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, Chicago’s player pool has Luis Robert—who has been dynamic all season—as well as 1B Andrew Vaughn (No. 2), 2B Nick Madrigal (No. 4), 2020 first-round LHP Garrett Crochet (No. 5), and Nos. 7-10 prospects RHPs Matthew Thompson, Andrew Dalquist, Jonathan Stiever and Dane Dunning.

The team has also gotten contributions from Top 30 prospects Luis Gonzalez, Codi Heuer, Danny Mendick, Ian Hamilton, Jimmy Lambert and Zack Collins.

The White Sox acquired more speed for their outfield by bringing in Jarrod Dyson from Pittsburgh and have released pitchers Adalberto Mejia and Bryan Mitchell, lost RHP Brady Lail to waivers and dealt OF Luis Alexander Basabe to the Giants.

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