Originally Posted by 102605
He is going to be a good RP. San Diego State is churning out some good talent lately. The White Sox could use some bullpen strength that they don't have to go out and overspend on.
I would agree if the organization actually had some starting pitching depth. There is really nothing there. I was hoping he'd get a chance to develop in the rotation, with the pen as a fallback option.
I'm wondering if this move is to fast track him. Many prognosticators believe that in a relief role he isn't that far off from helping a big league club. It would certainly fit the MO of the organization.