The White Sox rebuild is in full swing. While it might still be a year or two before the big league team is expected to start competing for championships, the minor leagues are stocked with highly touted talent fans will be eagerly following in 2018. With that in mind, it's time to Meet the Prospects and get to know the future of the South Side.
Call, the 23-year-old outfielder, was a third-round pick of the White Sox in the 2016 draft.
Call played his college ball at Ball State University in Indiana, slashing .358/.443/.667 during his final season in Muncie. He also hit 13 home runs and had 44 RBIs to go along with 17 stolen bases. And he struck out just 29 times, also walking 29 times.
After being drafted in 2016, he played in 73 minor league games, including 46 at Class A Kannapolis, where he slashed .308/.361/.449 with 18 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.
Last season, his first full year as a pro, he split time between rookie ball, Kannapolis and Class A Winston-Salem. All in all, he slashed .207/.295/.316 with 13 doubles, three homers, two triples, 34 runs scored, 33 RBIs and five stolen bases.
As of their most recent rankings, MLB Pipeline had Call rated as the No. 26 prospect in the White Sox organization.
Get to know Call in the video above.