White Sox Reportedly Sign Former All-Star Raul Mondesi's 17-Year-Old Son

The Chicago White Sox have reportedly signed the son of Raul Mondesi.
The Chicago White Sox have reportedly signed the son of Raul Mondesi.

Raul Mondesi already has one son playing in the majors in Adalberto Mondesi. The eldest son has been with the Kansas City Royals since 2015.

The talent pool apparently runs deep in the Mondesi family, as 17-year-old Randel has reportedly signed with the Chicago White Sox, adding to their bloodline's legacy.

The youngest Mondesi is only 17 years old, so it will be years before he has the potential to join the team in Chicago. But this is still great news for one of the new MLB family dynasties.

The teenager will play in the Dominican, and then will face the long road of rising up through the minor leagues. He will look to follow in the footsteps of his brother, who reached the Royals' major league roster four years after signing his own deal.

The ultimate goal is to repeat the success of his father. Raul Mondesi's career lasted from 1993-2005, and he was the 1994 Rookie of the Year. Getting signed as a teenager is a great start for Randel.