2018 Outlook: Despite two so-so seasons in Triple-A ball, Delmonico was summoned by the White Sox Aug. 1, following Melky Cabrera's trade to the Royals, holding his own as a starter rotating between left field and designated hitter. As he did in the minors, Delmonico hit for power against pitchers of either handedness, and he flashed some of the better plate-discipline metrics of any hitter during the season's final two months, en route to nine home runs and .220 isolated power. He'll probably start at either position again in 2018, as the White Sox await some of their higher-ceiling prospects, and in the team's power-friendly ballpark, he could be one of the sneakier points-based-league sleepers.
2018 Outlook: One of two primary competitors for the White Sox's starting center field job, Garcia brings more to the fantasy baseball table than fellow competitor Adam Engel. Garcia is a bit of a free swinger, which could make him streaky if he emerges, though his history of 20-plus stolen base totals in the minor leagues makes him a useful contributor in the category in AL-only formats.
2018 Outlook: The primary haul in last summer's Jose Quintana trade, Jimenez, just 21 years old, possesses one of the most promising power bats in the minors. He's also an adept hitter for batting average as a career .302 hitter, backed by a 79.0 percent contact rate. Though he has just 18 games of experience at the Double-A level, he might not be all that far from being major-league ready, with his potential arrival with the White Sox ranging as early as mid-2018. Jimenez's prospect star makes him a good early-to-mid round dynasty pick, and he also warrants a redraft stash in leagues with deep benches.