Chicago White Sox: 5 Round 2019 MLB Mock Draft

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Round Four Pick 110


Kenyon Yovan RHP

Oregon Ducks
Oregon Ducks /

(Vinnie Parise)

We have already talked about what pitching would do for the White Sox in the future. They are already a team in 2019 that can really hit for the most part but the pitching leaves a lot to be desired. There are many reasons to believe that it will get much better real soon on the south side, but it never hurts to keep improving in that aspect.

Kenyon Yovan is the play in the fourth round for the Chicago White Sox. He is a junior at the University of Oregon. He is currently injured and only has two innings under his belt so far this season, but his career as an Oregon Duck has been really successful. He is a two time “all Pac-12” selection for his work in his first two seasons.

He might have thrown his last pitch for the Ducks as the pros loom for him, but he could very well decide to return next season as well. Either way, he is a risk worth taking for a White Sox organization that should be adding as much pitching as they can.


John Doxakis LHP

Texas A&M Aggies
Texas A&M Aggies /

(Ryan Sikes)

The Sox keep adding as many pitching prospects as possible and they get a good one in southpaw Texas AS&M pitcher, John Doxakis. The Aggies pitcher is not a hard thrower touching the lower 90’s on his fastball but relies heavily on location. Scouts really like his changeup and consider it to be one of the best in this draft.

Last year, he tossed 89.2 innings and recorded 96 strikeouts while walking just 22 batters. He held opponents to a batting average of 0.220 all to the tune of a 2.01 ERA and 7-3 record.