MLB Draft: How White Sox selection could affect Cubs' pick

MLB Draft: How White Sox selection could affect Cubs' pick
June 4, 2014, 9:30 pm
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CSN Staff

With under 24 hours until the 2014 MLB Draft, the smokescreens have appeared as to what teams might do with their first round selection.

For White Sox and Cubs' fans, the wait to see who each franchise will pick won't be long as the White Sox and Cubs are slated at No. 3 and No. 4 overall, respectively. 

[WATCH: White Sox Insider Dan Hayes looks at options for White Sox at No. 3]

But with there likely being only three elite pitching prospects in NC State's Carlos Rodon and high school prospects Brady Aiken and Tyler Kolek and the Cubs looking to add a stud arm to their farm system, could the White Sox pick shake up the Cubs' draft plans?

MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo joins SportsTalk Live to discuss where the White Sox and Cubs are leaning at this point and gives some key names to keep an eye out for on draft day.

Make sure to stay with CSNChicago.com tomorrow for all the coverage on the White Sox and Cubs' picks during the first day of the MLB Draft

MORE DRAFT COVERAGE

Scouting reports: Carlos Rodon | Tyler Kolek | Brady Aiken | Max Pentecost

Cubs: Running through options with first round selection | History of No. 4 pick | Cubs draft is a mystery 

White Sox: Hahn, Sox focused on more than just No. 3 pick | History of No. 3 pick