Eloy Jimenez gets all the attention when it comes to White Sox outfield prospects. However, the White Sox might have yet another elite outfield prospect in Luis Robert.
Signed last year out of Cuba, Robert struggled with multiple injuries all season.
Robert has been able to stay healthy in the Arizona Fall League, and its certainly paid off, White Sox fans are finally getting a glimpse of what a healthy Luis Robert looks like, and oh boy does it look great.
Luis Robert is rolling!— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) November 9, 2018
2-for-2, 2B, SB, 2 R, RBI. The #WhiteSox No. 4 prospect is batting .378 in the @MLBazFallLeague and has hit in all 14 games he's played -- the longest AFL streak since 2014.
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Robert has hit in all 14 games thus far, and holds a .378 batting average.
In addition, Robert has slugged a pair of homers, driven in 10 runs, and stolen two bases during his tenure in the AFL.
Robert is the fourth-ranked prospect in the White Sox system, and is firmly planted among the Top-50 prospects in all of baseball, but he’ll almost certainly see his stock rise after this amazing showing.
The future just keeps getting brighter for the White Sox, whose future outfield of Eloy Jimenez, Robert, and Blake Rutherford looks better and better by the