The Chicago White Sox farm system typically receives few accolades. That is a bit surprising since the White Sox routinely have more than one minor league product per season contribute in a large way.
Look no further than 2012 when Nate Jones, Addison Reed and Dayan Viciedo—among others—were at the front of a second-place finish in the AL Central for the White Sox.
This is the first in a series of pieces that will look at which direction the stock for the White Sox’s top 10 prospects (per BaseballAmerica.com) is heading—up, down or holding steady.
To be sure, it is very early. Their production to this point may not be indicative of where each player will end the season, but they are worth taking a look at.
Stats are current as of April 8.