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2012 MLB Draft: Chicago White Sox Continue With Busy Wednesday

We're through the first 30 rounds of this year's MLB Draft and the Chicago White Sox continue to make selections as they try to bolster a weak farm system. After taking an unusual route for the organization in nabbing a pair of prep hitters with its first two picks, the White Sox have mixed things up a bit more later in the draft.

With rounds 16 through 40 going down on Wednesday, the reality is that most of these names will prove to utterly insignificant, but the organization will always need added depth. Many of these players will eventually populate the team's affiliates in the lower minor leagues.

All of the White Sox's draftees so far:

  1. OF Courtney Hawkins (No. 13 overall)
  2. 1B Keon Barnum (No. 48)
  3. RHP Chris Beck (No. 76)
  4. 2B Joey DeMichele (No. 108)
  5. RHP Brandon Brennan (No. 141)
  6. SS Nicholas Basto (No. 171)
  7. RHP Kyle Hansen (No. 201)
  8. C Jose Barraza (No. 231)
  9. RHP Zachary Isler (No. 261)
  10. 2B Micah Johnson (No. 291)
  11. RHP Brandon Hardin (No. 321)
  12. RHP Eric Jaffe (No. 351)
  13. 1B Zach Stoner (No. 381)
  14. LHP Derek Thompson (No. 411)
  15. RHP Anthony Bucciferro (No. 441)
  16. LHP Jordan Guerrero (No. 471)
  17. 1B Abraham Ruiz (No. 501)
  18. C Sammy Ayala (No. 531)
  19. 3B Thomas McCarthy (No. 561)
  20. 1B Alex Williams (No. 591)
  21. SS Zachary Voight (No. 621)
  22. RHP Adam Lopez (No. 651)
  23. RHP Cory McGinnis (No. 681)
  24. OF Kale Kiser (No. 711)
  25. 2B Eric Grabe (No. 741)
  26. RHP Storm Throne (No. 771)
  27. LHP Zachary Toney (No. 801)
  28. C Zac Fisher (No. 831)
  29. RHP James Hudelson (No. 861)
  30. OF Jason Coats (No. 891)
  31. SS Jake Brown (No. 921)

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