CSNChicago.com will look back at how some of the top White Sox prospects fared in 2015 as they rise through the farm system. First up is Tim Anderson.
Tim Anderson, SS (Class-AA: .312 BA, 5 HR, 46 RBI, 49 SB)
It’s no secret Anderson has been a prospect the White Sox have wanted to hold on to. Anderson took the next step in Birmingham this year, posting his best stats in the minor leagues so far. His display of speed on the base paths should be especially enticing for the White Sox front office, considering nobody on the major league team has over 17 stolen bases on the year. The only flaw Anderson still needs to work on, however, is his fielding as he posted only a .952 fielding percentage this year in Double-A.
Read more about how other White Sox prospects fared in 2015 here.
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