We already ran down the top 100 prospects in baseball, so now it’s time go deeper by division. Today it’s the AL Central, starting with the Chicago White Sox.
Editor’s note: Age is the player’s age as of July 1, 2018. Players with experience in foreign major leagues such as Japan’s NPB or Korea’s KBO — think Shohei Ohtani — are ineligible for these rankings.
Chicago promoted two top-20 overall prospects to the majors last year in Yoan Moncada and Lucas Giolito, as well as hard-throwing right-hander Reynaldo Lopez, so those three do not appear in the rankings or count toward my evaluation of the team’s system as a whole.