The Chicago White Sox have made 16 picks through the first 15 rounds of the 2012 MLB Draft, and those selections are split almost 50/50 between pitchers and position players (nine are pitchers, seven are position players).
The draft concludes with rounds 16-40 on Wednesday.
All of the White Sox's draftees so far:
- OF Courtney Hawkins (No. 13 overall)
- 1B Keon Barnum (No. 48)
- RHP Chris Beck (No. 76)
- 2B Joey DeMichele (No. 108)
- RHP Brandon Brennan (No. 141)
- SS Nicholas Basto (No. 171)
- RHP Kyle Hansen (No. 201)
- C Jose Barraza (No. 231)
- RHP Zachary Isler (No. 261)
- 2B Micah Johnson (No. 291)
- RHP Brandon Hardin (No. 321)
- RHP Eric Jaffe (No. 351)
- 1B Zach Stoner (No. 381)
- LHP (No. 411)
- RHP Anthony Bucciferro (No. 441)
- LHP Jordan Guerrero (No. 471)
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