Category: Draft Coverage

2019 Draft Preview: Bobby Witt Jr.

2019 Draft Preview: Bobby Witt Jr.
School: Colleyville Heritage H.S. (Texas) Position: SS Height/Weight: 6’1”/185 B/T: R/R Date of Birth: June 14, 2000 Previously Drafted: Never Scouting Reports As every Game of Thrones fan knows bloodlines are important. With so many highborn players on MLB’s top prospect list, it appears that Major League Baseball agrees. The list of sons’ of former... Read more »

2019 Draft Preview: Andrew Vaughn

2019 Draft Preview: Andrew Vaughn
Andrew Vaughn  School: California  Position: 1B Height/Weight: 6’0″ 215 pounds B/T: R/R D.O.B.: 4/3/1998  Previously Drafted: Wasn’t Drafted in 2016 Scouting Reports High school: Vaughn attended Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, California. Carrillo high is a public school located in the Rincon Valley neighborhood that was opened in 1996. It serves approximately 1600 students from... Read more »

White Sox Should Be Pleased With Third Pick

White Sox Should Be Pleased With Third Pick
It’s early March and generally not the most appropriate time to be worrying about the upcoming major league baseball draft. The White Sox are in an interesting spot though and high school and college seasons have gotten underway. While it’s premature to note that there is a consensus forming at the top of the draft... Read more »
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White Sox take two Jordans, trade one away, lose a Cristofer in Rule 5 Draft

White Sox take two Jordans, trade one away, lose a Cristofer in Rule 5 Draft
The White Sox drafted RHP Jordan Romano with the 3rd overall pick in the MLB phase of the Rule 5 Draft, and subsequently traded him to the Texas Rangers for cash considerations (which one hopes is more than the $100,000 the pick cost). They also picked up 1B Jordan George from the Pirates and lost... Read more »

2018 Rule 5 Draft Preview: Who The White Sox Could Add, Lose

2018 Rule 5 Draft Preview: Who The White Sox Could Add, Lose
Baseball’s annual Winter Meetings are underway in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the hot stove is scorching as teams have been announcing trades and signings. The festival of roster building ends on Thursday December, 13th as decision makers turn in their key cards and begin their treks home. But front office personnel stick around to partake... Read more »

40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the 2018 Rule 5 Draft

40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the 2018 Rule 5 Draft
The 2018 Major League Baseball season has culminated in the Boston Red Sox winning another World Series. Qualifying Offers have been extended and free agency is underway across baseball. The off-season is upon us and the team-building must continue for the White Sox. The organization has amassed a lot of talent but as is the... Read more »
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MLB Draft Day 3 Recap

Day three of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft is an afterthought to most fans. In fact, many check out after the first pick is made on night number one. Most people haven’t seen any of these kids play before and it’s much easier to follow as they move through the system instead... Read more »

2018 FutureSox Draft Tracker

2018 FutureSox Draft Tracker
The MLB Draft is always one of the biggest events for FutureSox and it’s upon us. It’s time to break down players we hadn’t heard of until they were drafted. We’ll gather as much info as we can find on the new draft picks as possible and put it all here. This page will be... Read more »

White Sox take their first high schooler with Lency Delgado in fourth round

The White Sox went with college players in the first three rounds of the draft, but went the high school route in Round 4. The Sox drafted Miami-area shortstop Lency Delgado at No. 108 overall. As opposed to the first three picks, which were all unanimously highly rated by the various draft prospect websites, Delgado... Read more »
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White Sox select OF Steele Walker with 46th pick

Steele Walker may sound like a character out of the latest Star Wars movie, but the outfielder out of University of Oklahoma is one of the better college bats in the draft. According to 2080 Baseball, the corner outfielder is a high contact bat with an ability to spray line drives across all fields thanks to... Read more »
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