With the White Sox still in need of a rotation upgrade, we explore what a potential trade for Lance Lynn might look like
Big trades feel uncomfortable, but they’re vital for teams hoping to win a championship, and it’s time for the White Sox to take the next step.
Listen to Patrick Flowers and Refugio H.S.’s Jarod Kay discuss the newest White Sox prospect.
“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.
The White Sox address their left-handed pitching need early by taking Garrett Crochet at No. 11.
With Dan Kantrovitz heading the Cubs’ draft team, it’s a safe bet that the Cubs will invest heavily in some much-needed pitching.
Tanner Burns is a popular name floating around for the Cubs at No. 16 in the draft. His SEC pedigree and polished arsenal could mean a fast rise through the minors.
A flame throwing prep arm isn’t uncommon, but one with easy, repeatable mechanics and an already developed change-up is certainly rare. Jared Kelley offers this, plus the upside to make him a potential anchor in a MLB rotation.
With the MLB Draft just a month away, here’s an early look at some possibilities for the Cubs 2020 draft class.