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12-15-2002, 02:46 PM
Here is what they have for the White Sox:

17. Chicago White Sox

The system is quite thin after a very solid top three, and their plethora of arms from a year ago seems like a distant memory. The lower levels were nearly barren of talent, so expect the Pale Hose to drop on this list next year. The Sox have done a good job of finding and developing players, so they'll be back.

Most Likely Major-leaguer: Joe Borchard, OF
Most Potential: Joe Borchard, OF
2003 Breakthrough: Kris Honel, RHP

You can read the rest of the article here. (http://www.strikethree.com/02/12/13/dac.shtml)

12-15-2002, 04:08 PM
Are you kidding me? The lower levels are barren?

What about Micah and Webster? Ciraco, Haigwood, rRodriguez, Gonzalez, and rReed.

These are just going by the stats. McCarthy and Fryson are fireballers.

I left out about ten more people who have better than avg. stats

Bristol won their respective championship.

If the article is referring to A ball and not rookie leagues that is more of a positional and coaching issue. Even though we do have Reed, Yan, and Rogowski down there. We have a bunch of solid pitchers down there. Ring, Honel, Phillips, Allen, and (formerly) Stumm.

I definitely do not agree with the article.