The Chicago White Sox have been rebuilding for a little too long, and it's about time that this slow-rolling project starts to pay off. Despite posting seven consecutive seasons below .500 and stern challenges from the Twins and Indians, this trio of young studs could actually put the White Sox into the playoff contention as soon as 2020.
3. OF Luis Robert
Robert will officially be a rookie in the majors this year, and he's already by many accounts one the best up-and-coming talents in the league. Ranked at No. 2 on MLB.com's Top 100 prospects list, Robert's athleticism is what sets him apart. He's 6-3 and 185 pounds, and during his career in the minor leagues, he had an overall batting average of .312. Expect to see the 22-year-old hit quite a few out of the park this season once he's roaming the outfield on the South Side.
2. OF Eloy Jimenez
There's no denying that Eloy Jimenez hasn't offered a ton defensively so far, but he sure can hit. He posted 31 home runs last year and a solid slugging percentage of .513; if he can continue building on those numbers from 2019, the 23-year-old has the potential to be a dominant offensive force for the White Sox for years to come.
1. 3B Yoan Moncada
Moncada has a solid amount of experience under his belt for being just 24 years of age. He's been playing in the MLB since 2016, and last season, he had the best batting average of his career at .315. He also posted an encouraging on-base percentage of .367. Moncada has the speed and power to become an MVP contender, and he's proven that he has the ability to enhance his game. With such a combination of skills, the sky could be the limit for him.