Kevin Goldstein rolled out his top 20 White Sox prospects list, with a few interesting rankings (or non-rankings) of note. Larry offered up his take on the list at South Side Sox.
With Baseball Prospectus releasing their list, five major publications have rolled out prospect lists for the White Sox. We compiled a table from all five for all 28 players who were ranked and offered up some thoughts on a few differences in ranking between the lists.
Jared Mitchell's low rankings have put him on the brink of prospect status. Using Les Miles as a connector, we looked back at the unfortunate baseball careers of Mitchell and Josh Fields.
The Cubs reportedly have shown the most interest in Yoenis Cespedes, which would be yet another fantastic move if they can bring him in.
And finally from us, we posted the video of Chuck Garfien's interview with Jim Thome.
Around the division:
The Royals avoided arbitration with Chris Getz. Since going to Kansas City in the Mark Teahen trade (along with the aforementioned Josh Fields), Getz has posted a .309 OBP in 677 plate appearances with 36 steals in 45 attempts.
Jacob Turner checks in at No. 7 in Jonathan Mayo's rankings of the top 10 right-handed pitching prospects. It doesn't look like Detroit's going to land Matt Garza, thanks in part to their unwillingness to part with Turner and another top prospect. But in the long run, that's not a bad thing, since Turner has a chance to be a monster.