Mike Shirley and the White Sox went all-in on pitching early, and often with their 2020 draft class.
Tennessee skipper Tony Vitello joined the show today to discuss the White Sox’s selection of southpaw Garrett Crochet.
A once top-rated prep prospect, White Sox third-rounder Adisyn Coffey’s journey has looked different than some, but his high-ceiling tools have led him to his shot at pro ball.
“The sky’s the limit,” for new White Sox draftee Jared Kelley according to his Refugio high school head coach.
The White Sox scored big in the second round by taking Jared Kelley, a flame-throwing righty from Texas.
Labeled by some as the “safest profile” in this year’s draft, Louisville southpaw, Reid Detmers would address the White Sox’s thinnest position.
With the MLB Draft just a month away, here’s an early look at some possibilities for the White Sox 2020 draft class.
A refined prep hitter with plus bat speed and a nice compact swing to compliment the best glove in the draft at his position, it’s clear to see why Ed Howard is the top shortstop in the 2020 draft class
With just a month to go, how might the shortest draft in MLB history affect the White Sox?