The Chicago White Sox will get a look at a couple of their top prospects, as well as several other major leaguers, at their spring training complex this year, as the team invited a total of 20 players to spring training.
The White Sox, who will begin camp at Camelback Ranch in mid-February, agreed to minor league contracts with six different players, including right-handed pitcher Randall Delgado and infielder Ryan Goins, the team announced this week.
Delgado, who originally pitched for the Atlanta Braves, spent the last six seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks, putting together a 25-19 record with a 4.14 ERA in 246 appearances with the team.
Goins, who spent the first five seasons of his career with the Toronto Blue Jays, appeared in 41 games last season with the Kansas City Royals, registering nine extra base hits and driving in six RBI in 120 plate appearances.
Pitcher Evan Marshall, pitcher Donn Roach, and infielders DJ Peterson and Matt Skole all agreed to minor league contracts with the team, with invites to spring training.
Several prospects from the team will also be in big league camp, including number four overall draft pick Nick Madrigal, and highly-touted outfield prospect Luis Robert.
Madrigal bounced around the team’s minor league system last year, including a stop in High-A Winston-Salem. He had seven doubles, 16 RBI, and eight stolen bases in 173 plate appearances, and is one of the team’s top-ranked prospects heading into the 2019 season.
The White Sox also invited the following prospects to camp:
Pitchers: Bernardo Flores, Jordan Guerrero, Jimmy Lambert, Zach Thompson, Colton Turner
Catchers: Zack Collins, Alfredo Gonzalez, Nate Nolan
Infielders: Danny Mendick
Outfielders: Luis Gonzalez, Blake Rutherford, Charlie Tilson
The White Sox will report to spring training on Feb. 13, with their first full-squad workout set for Feb. 18 in Glendale, Arizona.