The Chicago White Sox get some promising pitching prospects for their rotation and an answer at right field.
If the Chicago White Sox are going to give up their top pitcher, they need to get a potentially good, young starting pitcher back.
In this package, the Sox get Nick Frasso who is the Dodgers’ top pitching prospect.
He started 25 games between Double-A and Triple-A last season. He can reach 100mph with his fastball.
He might be better in the bullpen as he just started trying to pitch more than a few innings. Hey, the Sox could use a future closer too.
Pages was limited last season with injuries as he only played in 33 games last season.
He did hit 26 home runs and slugged .468 at Double-A Tulsa in 2022. He would fit in nicely in the clubhouse with his Cuban heritage. More importantly, he might be the answer to never-ending problems in right field.
Kopp is a lefty who had a 2.99 ERA at High-A ball. His fastball can reach 99mph. He might be another pitching prospect destined for the bullpen. After years of spending precious budget space on the bullpen, the Sox could use young arms on cheap deals in the pen.
Doncon would be another scratch-off ticket prospect. He hit 14 home runs at Low-A ball last season. He can play either shortstop or second base.
This package brings back players who have yet to hit the big-league level. It also brings back players with high ceilings who can fill necessary roster holes.