FutureSox Roundup: Projecting Colson Montgomery’s future ahead of MLB’s trade deadline

Mike Rankin and Elijah Evans reacted to the number of draft signings the Chicago White Sox made official. Then, the show projected a timeline for top White Sox prospect Colson Montgomery following his exceptional stretch in High-A Winston-Salem. Later, Mike and Elijah provided an update on Bryan Ramos and Jose Rodriguez as they continue to perform in Double-A Birmingham. Elijah also offered his opinion on White Sox trade candidates ahead of Major League Baseball’s August 1 deadline.

Audio courtesy: Curt Bloom/Birmingham Barons

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Many get excited about minor league prospects but let’s place a reality spin on the matter. The White Sox have a very poor historical record in selecting MLB talent. We’ll go back all the way to 1965 and the top player surfacing from the #2 draft picks for the White Sox is Terry Forster. To his credit Forster was a a great MLB relief pitcher but one would think the Sox could luck into a pick with a better career WAR than the 20.4 of Forster.