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1 2017 supplemental player bios 1. Al alburquerque 2. Cody asche 3. Brandon brennan 4. Ronald Bueno 5. Aaron bummer 6. Danny Farquhar 7. Jeff gelalich 8. Casey gillaspie 9. Grant green 10. Drew Hasler 11. Steve Johnson 12. Michael Kopech 13. Mark lowe 14. Jean machi 15. Jacob may 16. Chris o dowd 17. Bobby parnell 18. Mike pelfrey 19. Dj Peterson 20. Ryan raburn 21. Colton turner 22. Connor walsh 23. Michael ynoa

2 AL ALBURQUERQUE - RHP Given Name: Alberto Jose Alburquerque Bats: Right Height: 6-0 Weight: 195 Opening Day Age: 30 (June 10, 1986) Birthplace/Residence: San Pedro de Macorís, D.R/ Santo Domingo, D.R. First Pro Contract: Chicago Cubs, signed as a non-drafted free agent, July 4, Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent August 4, Major League Service Entering 2017: 4 years, 152 days Signed w/ Chicago, assigned to Triple-A Charlotte 8/4. Was designated for assignment 7/24 & granted his release from the Kansas City Royals organization 7/29 Went 2-1, 2.08 ERA (6 ER/26/0 IP) through 22 games with Triple-A Omaha , 3.60 ERA (4 ER/10.0 IP) through 11 games with Kansas City (AL) Spent most of the year in Triple-A, w/ Salt Lake (Angles) and Tacoma (Mariners). Posted a 1-1 mark and a 3.74 ERA (14 ER in 33.2 IP) in 34 combined appearances. Had his contract selected by the Angels 6/13, making two relief appearances vs. Minnesota (June 13, 15), before being optioned back to Salt Lake on 6/17 Released by the Angels on Aug. 13 before signing a minor league contract with Seattle on Aug. 23. Went 4-1 with a 4.21 ERA (29 ER in 62.0 IP) in 67 appearances with Detroit worked a career-high 62.0 innings. Posted a 2.79 ERA (12 ER in 38.2 IP) and 39 strikeouts in 37 games before the All-Star break. Had a 6.56 ERA (17 ER in 23.1 IP) in 30 outings after the break. Set a career high with 72 relief appearances, which tied for 10th in the AL posted a 3-1 mark and a 2.51 ERA (16 ER in 57.1 IP). Recorded frst Major League save at Dodger Stadium on April 9, recording the final out in a 7-6 win in 10 innings, Did not allow a run in 20 of his final 22 regular season outings, posting a 0.92 ERA (2 ER in 19.2 IP). 2013: Made Detroit s Opening Day roster for the first time in his career ranked second among AL relievers with K s per 9.0 innings (70 K in 49.0 IP). 2013: Allowed first home run of his career July 9 vs. White Sox, a three-run shot by Dayan Viciedo, in his 72nd appearance. 2013: Streak of 71 games without allowing a home run to start a career is the longest in the Majors since at least 1914, according to Elias Sports Bureau. 2012: Began season on disabled list, recovering from right elbow surgery during the offseason. Recalled 9/2 and made eight appearances for the Tigers. 2011: Made his Major League debut at Oakland on April 15 and went 6-1 with a 1.87 ERA (9 ER in 43.1 IP) in 41 appearances. 2010: Spent entire season with Double-A Tulsa and also pitched with Aguilas in Dominican Winter League following the season 2009: Opened the year w/ Class-A Daytona and appeared in 24 games before being traded by Cubs to Colorado July 2. Spent remainder of season with AA Tulsa. 2008: Missed the entire season with a right shoulder tear. 2007: Began the year w/ Lo-A Peoria and pitched in 11 G before being transferred to Hi-A Boise, where he would record 49 SO in 41 IP for the Hawks. 2006: Pitched for the Arizona League Cubs but landed on disabled list on Aug. 4 for remainder of season after suffering an elbow injury. 2005: Missed the entire season with right elbow strain. 2004: Made professional debut with Dominican Summer League Cubs. An active participant with Detroit Tigers Memorabilia Donation and Dreams Come True programs. Participated in Tigers Winter Caravan and TigerFest as well as pregame ceremonies prior to annual Fiesta Tigres! game. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2004 DSL Cubs DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 2006 AZL Cubs Peoria Boise DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 2009 Tulsa Daytona Tulsa Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Toledo Lakeland Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Detroit (AL) Los Angeles (AL) Salt Lake Tacoma AZL Angels MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

3 CODY ASCHE - INF Given Name: Cody James Asche (ASH-ee) Bats: Left Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 Opening Day Age: 26 (June 30, 1990) Birthplace/Residence: St. Charles, Mo./Lincoln, Neb. First Pro Contract: Philadelphia Philles - selected in the fourth round, June 2011 First-Year Player Draft. Sox Acquisition: Signed as a free agent, December 22, Major League Service: Three years, 45 days. Appeared in 71 games with the Phillies, including 54 starts in left field went 2-14 (.143) as a pinch hitter hit all four of his homers off right-handers. Hit.259/.317/.473 in the first half (35 games), compared to.153/.242/.188 after the break (36 games). Opened the season on the disabled list with a strained right oblique appeared in 15 combined games with Class A Clearwater, Class AA Reading and Class AAA Lehigh Valley on a rehab assignment was reinstated from the disabled list on 6/2. Went 3-4 with two doubles, a home run and two RBI on 6/15 vs. Toronto was optioned to Lehigh Valley on 8/12 and recalled on 9/10. Combined to hit.248 (36-145) with eight doubles, eight homers, 19 RBI, 24 runs scored and 14 walks in 38 games between Clearwater, Reading and Lehigh Valley. Batted.302 (26-86) with six doubles, four homers, 11 RBI, 10 walks, 14 runs scored and a.512 slugging percentage with the Iron Pigs before joining the Phillies for the remainder of Established career highs in games (129), at-bats (425), hits (104), triples (3), home runs (12), extra-base hits (37) and total bases (168) with the Phillies. Made his second consecutive Opening Day roster and was the starting third baseman in the season opener started 61 games in left field and 51 at third base. Hit.301 (22-73) in 21 April games before being optioned to Lehigh Valley on 5/12 to work on becoming an outfielder was recalled to PHI on 5/29 Hit a home run into McCovey Cove on 7/11 at San Francisco, the first Philadelphia player to accomplish the feat. Recorded pinch-hit homers on 8/20 at Miami and 9/12 vs. the Cubs connected on his second career game-ending home run on 9/12 vs. Cubs, exactly one year after his first registered his first multi-homer effort on 9/22 at the Marlins Spent most of the season with Philadelphia and made his first Opening Day roster started 105 games at third base. Scored four runs on 3/31 at Texas, the most on Opening Day by a Phillies player since Nap Lajoie in 1900 and first in the majors since Albert Pujols in Hit his first career grand slam on 5/6 vs. Toronto also established career highs in hits (4) and RBI (4). Was on the disabled list from 5/23-6/20 with a strained left hamstring appeared in five injury rehab games with Lakewood and Lehigh Valley. Connected on a game-tying home run on 8/15 at San Francisco hit his first career game-ending homer on 9/12 vs. Miami off Dan Jennings. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT He and his wife, Angela, helped raise over $415,000 by participating in the Greater Philadelphia Walk to Defeat ALS in 2015 they also designed a Together We Fight T-shirt to benefit The Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the ALS Association. Led the Phillies Front Office ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in August Married Angela Attended the University of Nebraska from Hit.327 w/ 12 HR & 56 RBIs during his junior season in Led the Big 12 in HR & ranked second in RBI. Majored in economics and was named to the Big 12 Conference Commissioner s Honor Roll. Is a 2008 graduate of Fort Zumwalt West (Mo.) High School. CAREER PLAYING RECORD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2011 Williamsport Clearwater Reading Lehigh Valley Philadelphia (NL) Philadelphia (NL) Lakewood Lehigh Valley Philadelphia (NL) Lehigh Valley Clearwater Reading Lehigh Valley Philadelphia (NL) MLB TOTALS MINOR TOTALS

4 BRANDON BRENNAN- RHP Given Name: Brandon Brennan Bats: Right Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 Opening Day Age: 25 (July 26, 1991) Birthplace/Residence: Mission Viejo, Calif./ San Juan Capistrano, Calif. First Pro Contract: White Sox Sox Acquisition: Selected in the fourth round, June 2012 First-Year Player Draft. Promoted to the Knights 7/20. Was 2-2 with a 5.36 ERA (25 ER/42.0 IP) through 28 games with the AA Birmingham Barons. Was 0-0 with a 3.63 ERA and 15 strikeouts over his last 10 games (17.1 IP) at the time of his promotion. Combined to go 3-12 with a 6.78 ERA (78 ER/103.1 IP) and 78 strikeouts over 31 appearances (15 starts) between Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham. Began the season on the disabled list with a strain in his chest was reinstated on 6/15 Went 2-2 with a 2.83 ERA (9 ER/28.2 IP) and 24 strikeouts over five starts in July Was on the disabled list for a second time from 8/6-22 with a blister on his right middle finger tossed 11.0 consecutive scoreless IP over his last three starts. Made six appearances (five starts) with Glendale in the Arizona Fall League, going 0-1 with a 3.00 ERA (6 ER/18.0 IP) and 13 strikeouts. Went 5-1 with a 2.94 ERA (22 ER/67.1 IP) and 49 strikeouts in 14 starts between Advanced Rookie Great Falls, Class A Kannapolis and Winston-Salem. Began the season on the disabled list with a right elbow injury was reinstated on 7/15 after making five rehab starts with Great Falls. 2013: Made 15 starts with Class A Kannapolis, going 4-9 with a 5.53 ERA. Walked 27 and struck out 54 batters in 81.1 IP. 2012: Made his pro debut with the Rookie affiliate Great Falls Voyagers, pitching in 14 games (7 GS). Went 3-2 with a 4.34 ERA, striking out 31 in 37.1 IP. 2012: Selected by the White Sox in the fourth round of the 2012 MLB Amateur Draft. Attended the University of Oregon and Orange Coast (Calif.) College is a 2010 graduate of Capistrano Valley (Calif.) High School. Was drafted by Colorado in the 40th round of the 2010 draft but did not sign. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2012 Great Falls Kannapolis Great Falls Kannapolis Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Birmingham MINORS TOTALS

5 RONALD BUENO - INF Given Name: Ronald Bueno Bats: Switch Height: 5-10 Weight: 155 Opening Day Age: 24 (October 4, 1992) Birthplace/Residence: Santiago, Dominican Republic First Pro Contract: Cincinnati Reds Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent November 21, Played in 64 games between Class A Daytona and Class AA Pensacola, batting a combined.245 (45-184) with 10 doubles, one triple and three home runs. Combined to hit.256 (86-336) with 14 doubles, seven triples, one homer, 34 RBI, 49 runs scored and 16 stolen bases between Class A Dayton and Daytona. Hit.253 (46-182) through 54 games with Class A Dayton, adding 13 RBIs and 19 runs. 2013: Hit.280 (49-175) over 53 games between Advanced Rookie League Billings and the Arizona League Reds 2013: Was recognized by MiLB.com as an organizational All-Star. 2012: Combined to bat.250 (33-132) in 38 games between the Dominican Summer League Reds and AZL Reds. 2011: Played in 60 games with the DSL Reds led the team in runs (33) and ranked second in hits (53), triples (3) and stolen bases (13). 2010: Made his professional debut w/ the DSL Reds, where he ranked second on the team in games (67), at-bats (224), runs (37), hits (65), and triples (4). CAREER PLAYING RECORD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2010 DSL Reds DSL Reds AZL Reds DSL Reds AZL Reds Billings Dayton Daytona Dayton Pensacola Daytona MINOR TOTALS

6 AARON BUMMER - LHP Given Name: Aaron James Bummer Bats: Left Throws: Left Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 Opening Day Age: 23 (September 21,1993) Birthplace/Residence: Valencia, Calif. First Pro Contract: White Sox Sox Acquisition: Selected in the 19th round, June 2014 First-Year Player Draft. Promoted from AA Birmingham 7/17. Was 1-3 w/ a 3.00 ERA and three saves in three opportunities and 34 SO in 33.0 IP (17 G, 1 GS). Started the season with Class-A Winston-Salem, going 0-2 w/ a 4.91 ERA across eight games. Has 15 SO in 11.0 IP and was 2-for-2 in save chances. Went a combined 1-2 with a 4.86 ERA (9 ER/16.2 IP) and 18 strikeouts over 15 appearances between the Arizona Rookie League White Sox, Advanced Rookie Great Falls and Class A Winston-Salem in an injury-shortened season. Allowed one run or no runs in 13 of 15 appearances, including nine scoreless outings did not allow a home run all season. Limited right-handed batters to a.204 (10-49) average, compared to a.353 (6-17) mark vs. lefties. Began the season on Great Falls disabled list while recovering from left elbow surgery made four rehab appearances with the AZL White Sox from 7/ was reinstated from the disabled list on 7/19. Missed the entire season after undergoing season-ending surgery on 4/7 to remove loose bodies in his left forearm. Did not allow an earned run in 12 of his 16 appearances in his first professional season at Advanced Rookie Great Falls. Posted a 0.90 ERA (1 ER/10.0 IP) in eight games at home. Held lefties to a.214 (6-28) average. Converted his only save opportunity on 7/10 vs. Ogden, tossing a perfect ninth inning. Was recommended/signed by J.J. Lally. Single Attended the University of Nebraska, where he went 11-6 with a 3.06 ERA, one save and 110 strikeouts over 51 career appearances (23 starts). Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors in 2013 and Was on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in Fall of 2011 and 2013 and Spring of 2012 and Graduated in 2010 from Sunrise Mountain High School in Peoria, Ariz. CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING Great Falls DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 2016 AZL White Sox Great Falls Winston-Salem MINORS TOTALS

7 DANNY FARQUHAR- RHP Given Name: Daniel Andres Farquhar Bats: Right Height: 5-9 Weight: 185 Opening Day Age: 30 (February 17, 1987) Birthplace/Residence: Pembroke Pines, Fla./ Temecula, Calif. First Pro Contract: Toronto Blue Jays Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent July 24, 2017 Major League Service Entering 2017: Two years, 170 days Signed by the Chicago White Sox and assigned to the Charlotte Knights 7/24. Released from Triple-A Durham 7/20. Appeared in four games with Triple-A Durham in July, allowing three runs across 3.2 innings of work with three walks and four strikeouts. Appeared in 37 games for the Tampa Bay Rays, posting a 2-2 record alongside a 4.11 ERA (16 ER/35.0 IP) with 22 walks and 33 strikeouts. Made 35 apps over five major league stints in his first season with the Rays: Opening Day 4/23, 5/14, 6/25 (G2), 6/27 7/4 and 8/6 through the end of the season. Led the Rays bullpen with 24 apps during his final stint, compiling a 1.46 ERA (24.2-IP, 4-ER) with 36 SO (13.1 SO/9 IP) during this stretch 16 of his final 17 apps were scoreless, beginning Aug 27, including a career-long streak of 13 straight from Aug 27 Sep 23. Had five stints with Seattle suffered 8 relief losses with the Mariners, 2nd in the majors to TB Brad Boxberger (10) and most by a Mariners reliever since Arthur Rhodes was 5-8 in 2000 his.111 winning pct. was lowest among major league relievers his ERA rose more than 2.5 runs per game over Did not walk a batter in his last 12 appearances and struck out 17, but was 1-4 in that stretch. Limited left-handed hitters to a.220 avg. (20-for-91) with 10 XBH righthanders hit.306 (33-for-108) with 16 XBH. Was one of seven Mariners relievers in with 50 or more apps, most ever by an AL team Averaged SO/9 IP (81-SO, 71-IP) fanned at least one batter in 20 of his final 21 apps. Collected his first career win in Seattle s 6-5 victory April 27 vs. TEX, pitching a scoreless 8th inning win came in his 60th career game. 2013: Converted 16 of 18 save opportunities in 2013 after he took over the closer role from Tom Wilhelmsen in early August. 2013: Made his Mariners debut with 2.2 perfect innings on 5/18 at CLE and had 5 SO, which remains tied for his career high. Selected from Tacoma on May : Split the season between five minor league teams and four organizations was acquired by the Mariners from the Yankees in the trade that sent Ichiro Suzuki from Seattle to New York over a span of 20 months between , he switched organizations five times. 2012: Combined with Brett Cecil and Ronald Uviedo on a no-hitter for New Hampshire, blanking the Portland Sea Dogs (Red Sox) on May 21, : Made his major league debut on Sep 13, for Toronto in a game the Jays lost 18-6 to Boston at Fenway Park it was Tim Wakefield s 200th win : Ranked 3rd in the Eastern League with 17 saves 2009: Led Blue Jays minor leaguers with 22 saves. 2008: Made his professional debut with rookie affiliate Auburn and Lo-A Lansing. Combined to go 2-2 with a 1.95 ERA in 15 games (32.1 IP) with 8 BB & 31 SO. Played college baseball at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, his catcher the first two seasons was Brewers All-Star Jonathan Lucroy His father, Steve, is of Scottish descent his mother, Beatriz, was born in Venezuela Danny is fluent in Spanish. As an amateur, played with a pair of future major league All-Star catchers: Alex Avila at Archbishop McCarthy High School (Fla.) and Jonathan Lucroy at University of Louisiana-Lafayette he and Avila combined for a no-hitter in high school in 2005 the two also played in the Cape Cod League together for Harwich in 2007 CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2008 Lansing Auburn New Hampshire Dunedin New Hampshire Toronto (AL) Sacramento Las Vegas Scranton/WB Sacramento Tacoma New Hampshire Trenton Seattle (AL) Tacoma Seattle (AL) SEA Tacoma Tampa Bay (AL) Durham MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

8 JEFF GELALICH - OF Given Name: Jeffrey Scott Gelalich Bats: Left Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 Opening Day Age: 26 (March 16, 1991) Birthplace/Residence: Los Angeles, Calif./ La Verne, Calif. First Pro Contract: Cincinnati Reds Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent April 18, Major League Service: None Promoted to Triple-A for the first time in his career 7/28. Was hitting.293 (22-for-75) with 1 HR and 8 RBIs through 28 games with AA Birmingham. Released by the Cincinnati Reds March 29. Signed with the Chicago White Sox as a minor league free agent April 18. Split the season with Hi-A Daytona and AA Pensacola in the Cincinnati Reds organization. Combined to hit.246 w/ 2 HR & 25 RBIs in 99 G overall. Spent the entire year with Hi-A Daytona, hitting.258 (67-for-260) with one home run and 19 RBIs in 85 games. Drew 36 walks and stole 16 bases. Appeared in 116 games between Lo-A Dayton and Hi-A Bakersfield, hitting.238 (106-for-446) with 11 homers and 49 RBIs. Walked 49 times and stole 21 bases. 2013: Spent the year with Lo-A Daytona, posting a.245 (109-for-444) average with one homer and 37 RBIs across 123 games. Added 57 walks and stole 20 bases. 2012: Made his professional debut with Cincinnati s rookie affiliate in Billings, Montana. Hit.244 through 35 games and added 14 walks for a.336 OBP. Last name is pronounced JELL-uh-litch. Graduated from Bonita High School (La Verne, CA), where he was a 4-year varsity baseball letterwinner and 3-year varsity football letterwinner. Played at UCLA, where he batted.316 with 15 home runs, 74 RBI and 106 runs in 159 career games (141 starts) from Earned All-Tournament Team honors at the 2011 & 2012 NCAA Los Angeles Regionals. In 23 career postseason games hit.293 with 5 HR, 17 RBI and 15 runs. Helped lead UCLA to the College World Series in 2010 and 2012 and to consecutive Pac-12 Conference titles in 2011 and Originally drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009 (41st round). CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING 2017 YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2012 Billings Dayton Bakersfield Dayton Daytona Pensacola Daytona MINOR TOTALS

9 CASEY GILLASPIE - INF Given Name: Casey Harold Gillaspie Bats: Switch Throws: Left Height: 6-5 Weight: 235 Opening Day Age: 24 (January 25, 1993) Birthplace/Residence: Milwaukee, Wisc./North Port, FL First Pro Contract: Tampa Bay Rays, Sox Acquisition: Acquired in exchange for LHP Dan Jennings from the Tampa Bay Rays July 27, 2017 Major League Service: None Listed as the White Sox midseason no. 14 prospect by MLB Pipeline. Made his Charlotte Knights debut August 4, going 1-for-3 w/ 2 BB. Acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays Organization on July 27 in exchange for LHP Dan Jennings. Assigned to the Charlotte Knights. Hit.316 (18-for-57) through 15 games against the Knights this season as a member of the Durham Bulls. Homered twice and posted 13 RBIs. Began the season with Triple-A Durham, hitting.227 (80-for-353) with nine home runs and 44 RBIs across 95 games prior to being traded. Named the Minor League Player of the Year by the Rays Baseball Ops. dept. Led Rays minor leaguers in HR (18), ranked 4th in RBI (64) and 10th in avg. (.284). Selected to the Southern League midseason All-Star Team, his third straight season earning midseason honors. His 11 HR w/ AA Montgomery ranked 4th in the SL at the time of his promotion. 22 XBH for Triple-A Durham tied for 3rd in the IL following the All-Star break. Was the Rays Minor League Hitter of the Month for May and August. Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 74 overall prospect in the minors entering Also tabbed by the publication as the Rays Best Power Hitter and Best Strike-Zone Judgment following the 2016 season. Earned the Southern League nod for Strike-Zone Judgment and Best Defensive First Baseman in its Best Tools survey. Named to the Rays Organizational All-Star Team by MiLB.com. Named Bowling Green s Team MVP, ranking 2nd in the Midwest League with 16 HR named to the MWL midseason All-Star Team. Was the Rays Minor League Hitter of the Month for June his 17 HR between three levels ranked 4th among Rays minor leaguers. Missed nearly two months due to a broken finger suffered five games following his promotion to Port Charlotte. Led the New York-Penn League with 42 BB and tied for 4th with 42 RBI named a NYPL mid-season All-Star.. Participated in the Rays Winter Development Program at Tropicana Field in January. Drafted out of Wichita State, becom-ing the third college hitter selected by the Rays with their first overall selection. Joins 3B Richie Shaffer (Clemson, 2012) and 3B Evan Longoria (Long Beach State, 2006). As a junior, hit.389 with 15 HR, 50 RBI,.520 OBP and a.682 SLG in 59 games a natural righty, he started switch-hitting when he was 8 years old. His older brother, White Sox INF Conor Gillaspie, was drafted out of Wichita State by the Giants in His father, Mark Gillaspie, was a former All-American out-fielder at Mississippi State and 11th-round selec-tion by the Padres in 1981 June Draft. Mark played eight seasons in the minor leagues, primarily as an outfielder CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING 2017 YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2014 Hudson Valley Port Charlotte Bowling Green GCL Rays Durham Montgomery MINOR TOTALS

10 GRANT GREEN - INF Given Name: Grant Thomas Green Bats: Right Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 Opening Day Age: 29 (September 27, 1987) Birthplace/Residence: Fullerton, Calif. First Pro Contract: Oakland Athletics Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent June 21, Major League Service: One Year, 137 Days Went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts across two games with the Nationals and hit.246 (32-130) with two RBIs through 40 games with Syracuse. Signed with the Chicago White Sox as a minor league free agent June 21.Released by the Washington Nationals organization from Triple-A Syracuse June 14. Had his contract selected by Washington on April 12 and was designated for assignment April 21 before being sent outright to Triple-A Syracuse April 23. Began the season with Triple-A Sacramento before having his contract selected on June 30. Went 12-for-46 (.261) with two doubles and seven RBI for the San Francisco Giants...Appeared in 15 games at second base, making 11 starts. Hit.321 (9-for-28) with a home run vs. LHP. Appeared in 18 MLB games before being designated for assignment July 28 as Joe Panik was reinstated from the DL. Hit.319 with 18 doubles, four triples, seven home runs, 52 RBI and 46 runs scored in 94 games with Triple-A Sacramento. Enjoyed four stints with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Appeared in 93 G for Triple-A Salt Lake, batting.306 ( ) w/ 26 doubles, five homers & 43 RBI After being optioned on July 23, hit.351 (39-for-111) with six doubles, three triples, three home runs and 21 RBI in 26 games for Salt Lake (AAA) Was recalled for the final time by the Angels on Aug. 22. Split time throughout the year with Triple-A Salt Lake and the Angels, appearing in 43 games at the big league level across three different stints. Hit.273 (27-for-99) with five doubles, one home run and 11 RBI. Logged his first career walk-off hit on July 20 vs. Seattle...Singled off RHP Fernando Rodney with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to score Josh Hamilton. Missed 37 games from July 23 (retro to July 21) to August 23 with a lumbar strain. Played in 48 games with Salt Lake, hitting.333 (66-for-198) with 17 doubles, three triples, five home runs and 42 RBI. 2013: Made his Major League debut with Oakland on July 8 at Pittsburgh. Was acquired by the Angels at the July trade deadline for INF Alberto Callaspo. 2013: Recorded the first two hits of his Major League career in his first game with the Angels on Aug. 6 vs. Texas. 2013: Appeared in 40 games for the Angels, batting.280 (35-for-125) with eight doubles, one triple, one home run and 16 RBI. 2013: Hit his first career home run on Sept. 2 vs. Tampa Bay...Entered the game in the seventh inning as a pinch hitter. 2013: Became the first Angel with a pinch-hit home run as their first big league homer since Brandon Wood in : Hit.326 (131-for-402) with 28 doubles, three triples, 11 HR and 53 RBI in 93 games overall the minors. 2012: Appeared in 125 games for Triple-A Sacramento and hit.296 (155-for-524) with 15 home runs and 75 RBI 2011: Was named to the Texas League postseason All-Star team after batting.291 (154-for-530) with 33 doubles, one triple and nine home runs for AA Midland. 2011: Was also named the MVP of the 2011 Futures Game in Arizona after going 2-for-2 with two doubles, one run scored and one RBI. 2010: Named a California League postseason All-Star with Stockton (A) after batting.318 (174-for-548) with 20 home runs and 87 RBI in 131 games. 2010: Participated in the 2010 Futures Game at Angel Stadium. 2009: Reported to Single-A Stockton following the June First-Year Player Draft...Appeared in five games. Graduated from Canyon High School in Anaheim Hills, CA...Attended the University of Southern California where he was a two-time All-Pac-10 selection. Set a school record with 20 triples during his USC career. Was a member of the 2005 U.S. Junior National Team. CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING 2017 YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2009 Stockton Stockton Midland Sacramento Oakland (AL) Los Angeles (AL) Sacramento Salt Lake Los Angeles (AL) Salt Lake Los Angeles (AL) Salt Lake San Francisco (NL) Sacramento MLB TOTALS MINOR TOTALS

11 DREW HASLER - RHP Given Name: Andrew Edgar Hasler Bats: Right Height: 6-6 Weight: 245 Opening Day Age: 23 (August 14, 1993) Birthplace/Residence: Hickory, N.C. / Valpairaso, Ind. First Pro Contract: White Sox Sox Acquisition: Selected in the 34th round, June 2015 First-Year Player Draft. Promoted to Triple-A Charlotte for the first time 8/ , 3.72 ERA (4 ER/9.2 IP) through 5 G w/ AA Birmingham. 2-1, 3.28 ERA (21 ER/57.2 IP), 8 BB, 28 SO, through 30 games w/ Hi-A Winston-Salem. Recorded his lone save 4/13 vs Buies Creek (3.0 IP, 1 ER, 5 SO). Went a combined 3-4 with a 2.15 ERA (17 ER/71.0 IP) and 33 strikeouts in 37 appearances between Class A Kannapolis and Class A Winston-Salem. Posted a 1.88 ERA (3 ER/14.1 IP) over his final nine outings at Advanced Rookie Great Falls. Attended Valparaiso University graduated from Mishawaka Marian High School in Mishawaka, Ind. his father, Curt, is the White Sox bullpen coach. CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING Great Falls Kannapolis Winston-Salem MINORS TOTALS

12 STEVE JOHNSON - RHP Given Name: Steven David Johnson Bats: Right Height: 6-1 Weight: 220 Opening Day Age: 29 (August 31, 1987) Birthplace/Residence: Baltimore, MD / Kingsville, MD First Pro Contract: L.A. Dodgers, selected in the 13th round of the 2005 MLB Amateur Player Draft Sox Acquisition: Acquired via trade from Baltimore in exchange for cash considerations August 9, 2017 Major League Service Entering 2017: 1 Year, 94 Days Spent the entire season with Triple-A Norfolk prior to being traded. Faced the Knights once (5/19 at NOR): ND, 1.2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 SO 1-0, 4.18 ERA (11 ER/23.2 IP), 8 BB, 27 SO through 14 games as a reliever. 0-2, 7.24 ERA (11 ER/13.2 IP), 6 BB, 12 SO across five starts. Signed a minor league contract with Baltimore April 6. Assigned to Triple-A Norfolk April 27. Pitched that day, starting game two of a doubleheader. Spent the year in the Seattle Mariners organization. 1-0 with a 4.32 ERA (8 ER/16.2 IP), 11 BB, 17 SO,.206 OPP BA through 16 relief appearances with Seattle. Went 3-0 with a 2.05 ERA (5 ER/22.0 IP) across 11 relief appearances with Triple-A Tacoma. Walked six and struck out 26, limited opponents to a.184 AVG. Inked a minor league deal w/ Seattle 3/17. Had his contract selected 5/3. Designated for assignment 6/17 and outrighted 6/19. Elected free agency 10/15. Spent most of season as a long reliever at Norfolk (AAA) was 4-0, 2.27 (12 ER/47.2 IP) in 29 relief appearances and 0-1, 2.57 (2 ER/7.0 IP) in 3 spot starts. Was purchased by BAL on 9/1 and allowed runs in 3 of 6 games the rest of the season longest outing was 1.2 IP, 9/6 at TOR. Made just 13 starts at Norfolk due to injuries was on DL from 4/15-5/3 and 5/14-7/23 with right shoulder inflammation. Had rehab starts at Aberdeen (Low-A) and Gulf Coast Orioles (Rookie) pitched season-high 5.0 innings, 5/8 at Louisville 2013: Appeared in 9 games over 4 stints with BAL (3/31-4/30, 5/11, 5/25-8/3, 9/5-end of season) lone start was loss on 5/11 at MIN (6 ER/4.0 IP). 2012: Made 12 appearances/4 starts in 4 different stints with the Orioles (7/2-3, 7/15, 8/8-9 & 8/14-end of season). Worked 2.0 IP in relief in ML debut 7/15 vs. DET 2011: Pitched for Norfolk and Bowie (AA). Tied for 3rd in GS (17), 4th in IP (87.1) and SO (63) on Baysox staff. Pitched for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League 2010: Tied for the Eastern League lead in starts (28) and finished 5th in strikeouts (128) at Bowie. Led the Baysox in starts, innings pitched, and strikeouts 2009: Began at Inland Empire (Hi-A) in Dodgers system. Promoted to Chattanooga (AA) and made 2 starts before trade to BAL 7/30. Spent rest of year at Bowie 2008: Went 9-2 in 13 starts at Great Lakes (Lo-A). Started for the East in Midwest League ASG. Promoted to Inland Empire 6/25. Made 11 starts the rest of season 2007: Made 16 starts for Great Lakes, going 3-6 with a 4.85 ERA across 18 total games (81.2 IP). 2006: Led the Pioneer League in strikeouts (86) at Ogden (Rookie) was named league pitcher of the week, 6/26-7/2 2005: Pitched in six games (three starts) for the GCL Dodgers (Rookie) in first pro season Pitched at St. Paul s High School in Baltimore (graduated 2005). Was a member of the 2004 Youse s Maryland Orioles National Championship team. Is the son of former MLB pitcher & current Orioles television analyst Dave Johnson, who was in 77 ML games w/ PIT (1987), BAL ( ), and DET (1993) CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2005 GCL Dodgers Jacksonville Ogden Great Lakes Inland Empire Great Lakes Bowie Chattanooga Inland Empire Bowie Norfolk Bowie Baltimore (AL) Norfolk Baltimore (AL) Norfolk Aberdeen GCL Orioles Norfolk Aberdeen GCL Orioles Baltimore (AL) Norfolk Seattle (AL) Tacoma MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS *** 11

13 MICHAEL KOPECH - RHP Given Name: Michael Talbert Kopech Bats: Right Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 Opening Day Age: 20 (April 30, 1996) Birthplace/Residence: Longview, Texas / Daingerfield, Texas First Pro Contract: Boston Red Sox, selected in the first round, June 2014 First-Year Player Draft. Sox Acquisition: Obtained from the Boston Red Sox with OF Luis Alexander Basabe, RHP Victor Diaz and INF Yoan Moncada in exchange for LHP Chris Sale, December 6, Major League Service Entering 2017: None Made his Triple-A debut 8/21 at NOR: W., 5.0 IP, 2 R, 2 BB, 4 SO Promoted to Triple-A Charlotte August 18. Was 8-7 with a 2.87 ERA (38 ER/119.1 IP) and 155 strikeouts as a member of the AA Birmingham Barons. Last 10 AA starts: 4-4, 2.83 ERA (18 ER/57.1 IP), 20 BB, 72 SO. Was named a Southern League Midseason All-Star. Selected for the Futures Game, struck out no.1 prospect Yoan Moncada. Jumped to #1 pitching prospect in July according to MLB Pipeline. Chicago White Sox Pitcher of the Month for May. Allowed four hits or less in all six starts and one run or less in four. Went 3-1 w/ a 2.31 ERA, 47 SO in 35.0 IP. Entered the season ranked by MLB.com as the No. 3 Prospect in the White Sox organization and No. 30 in baseball Was rated by Baseball America as the No. 32 Prospect in baseball and No.5 Prospect and possessing the Best Fastball in the Sox system. Spent most of the the season at Class A Salem, where he went 4-1 with a 2.25 ERA (13 ER/52.0 IP), 82 strikeouts and a.147 (25-171) opponents average. Averaged 14.2 strikeouts per 9.0 IP with Salem and limited left-handers to a.120 (12-100) average. Began the season on the disabled list with a broken right hand suffered in spring training. Made one rehab start for Advanced Rookie Lowell on 6/17 vs. Vermont, throwing 4.1 scoreless IP. Was reinstated from the disabled list on 7/7 and made his Salem debut that night at Carolina, allowing one hit with six strikeouts over 4.0 IP in a no decision. Did not allow a run over his first 13.1 IP of the season, including his only start for Lowell and his first two with Salem. Struck out 10-plus batters four times over a five-start stretch in August, including three in a row from 8/ Gave up one hit and struck out 10 over 6.0 scoreless IP on 8/2 at Wilmington threw 7.0 scoreless IP on 8/24 at Potomac, allowing just one hit with 10 strikeouts. Owned a 1.23 ERA entering his final start with Salem before giving up six runs over 0.1 IP on 8/31 vs. Winston-Salem. Went 3-0 with 2.01 ERA (5 ER/22.1 IP) and 26 strikeouts over six starts with Surprise in the Arizona Fall League. Led the AFL in ERA and ranked second among starting pitchers in strikeouts per 9.0 IP (11.25). Worked 2.0 perfect IP with three strikeouts in the Fall Stars Game was named one of two starting pitchers on the AFL Top Prospects team. White Sox acquisition was recommended by Joe Butler, John Tumminia, and Keith Staab. Spent entire season with Greenville, where he was named to the South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star Team. His 2.63 ERA would have ranked fifth in the SAL with the minimum IP averaged 9.7 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (70 ER/65.0 IP). Allowed three runs or less in all 15 of his starts, including one run or no runs eight times. Recorded a 2.14 ERA (11 ER/46.1 IP) over his final 11 appearances beginning 5/17-7/12. Was named SAL Pitcher of the Week for 4/20-26 after going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (10.0 IP) and four hits allowed in two starts. Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 5 Prospect in the Red Sox organization and the No. 10 Prospect in the SAL. Also was rated by Baseball America as posessing the best fastball in the SAL, as well as the best fastball and slider in the Red organization. Made eight starts with the GCL Red Sox in his pro debut. Limited opponents to a.216 (11-51) OPP BA and averaged 10.5 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (16 ER/13.2 IP). Following the season, was rated by Baseball America as the No. 14 prospect and possessing the best slider in the Red Sox farm system. Was signed by Tim Collinsworth. Single Graduated in 2014 from Mount Pleasant (Texas) High School went 3-0 with a 0.44 ERA and 129 strikeouts over 11 appearances as a senior (64.0 IP, 129 SO) Was a two-time Perfect Game All-American committed to play baseball at the University of Arizona before signing with the Red Sox. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2014 GCL Red Sox Greenville Salem Lowell MINORS TOTALS

14 MARK LOWE - RHP Given Name: Mark Christopher Lowe Bats: Left Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 Opening Day Age: 33 (September 24, 1991) Birthplace/Residence: Houston, Tex./Vancouver, Wash. First Pro Contract: Seattle Mariners Sox Acquisition: Acquired via trade with RHP Jean Machi from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for cash considerations July 24, 2017 Major League Service Entering 2017: Eight Years, 159 Days Started the year with Triple-A Tacoma (Seattle), compiling a 3-4 record and a 6.23 ERA through 32 games (39.0 IP). Posted 20 walks and 37 strikeouts. Released by the Detroit Tigers organization March Signed by the Seattle Mariners organization to a minor league deal April 1. Completed his first season with the Tigers in 2016, appearing in 54 games. Earned his first win of the season on May 1 at Minnesota, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning. Was 0-1 w/ a 5.68 ERA (25.1IP/16ER) and 25 strikeouts in 25 home games. Went 1-2 w/ an 8.63 ERA (24.0IP/23ER) and 24 strikeouts in 29 road games. Combined to pitch in 57 games between the Mariners and Blue Jays and had a 1-3 record with one save, a 1.96 ERA(55.0IP/12ER) and 61 strikeouts. Assigned to Triple A Tacoma. Had his contract purchased by the Mariners 5/4. Made 12 appearances in May, posting a 0.69 ERA (13.0IP/1ER) with 12 strikeouts. Made 41 appearances with Columbus and had a 4-3 record with 17 saves, a 5.62 ERA (41.2IP/26ER) and 47 strikeouts. Had his contract recalled by the Indians from Triple A Columbus on June 16. Had his contract optioned by the Indians to Triple A Columbus on June : Made an MLB Opening Day roster for the sixth straight year as he spent time in both the Los Angeles (AL) and Washington Nationals organization 2012: Made 36 appearances in his third season with the Texas Rangers. Finished the year w/ an 0-2 record, a 3.43 ERA (39.1IP/15ER) and 28 SO 2011: Made 52 appearances for the Rangers in his first full season in the Texas organization. Went 2-3 w/ one save, a 3.80 ERA (45.0IP/19ER) and 42 SO 2010: Limited to 14 appearances with Seattle and Texas after spending most of the season on the disabled list. 2009: Pitched in a career-high 75 games for the Seattle Mariners. Compiled a 2-7 record with three saves, a 3.26 ERA (80.0IP/29ER) and 69 strikeouts. 2008: Made 57 appearances with the Mariners. Posted a 1-5 record with one save, a 5.37 ERA (63.2IP/38ER) and 55 strikeouts. 2007: Missed most of the season due to two separate stints on the disabled list. Sidelined from March 23-July 24 while recovering from right elbow surgery. 2006: Named the Mariners Minor League Pitcher of the Year and made his MLB debut. Had a 1-0 record w/ a 1.93 ERA (18.2IP/4ER) and 20 SO in 15 G w/ Seattle. 2005: Spent the season with Single A Wisconsin, making 22 starts and finishing the year with a 6-6 record, a 5.47ERA (103.2IP/63ER) and 72 strikeouts. 2004: Began his pro career with Single A Everett, appearing in 18 G, including three starts, Was 1-2 w/ seven saves, a 4.93 ERA (38.1IP/21ER) and 38 strikeouts. Resides in Vancouver, WA in the offseason with his wife, Stephanie, their son, Micah, and daughter, Kennedy. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2004 Everett Wisconsin Seattle (AL) San Antonio Inland Empire Seattle (AL) Tacoma West Tenn Everett Seattle (AL) Seattle (AL) Seattle (AL) Texas (AL) Texas (AL) Round Rock Texas (AL) Round Rock Frisco Los Angeles (AL) Syracuse Inland Empire Cleveland (AL) Columbus Seattle (AL) Toronto (AL) Tacoma Detroit (AL) MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

15 JEAN MACHI - RHP Given Name: Jean Manuel Machi Bats: Right Height: 6-0 Weight: 235 Opening Day Age: 35 (February 1, 1982) Birthplace/Residence: El Tigre, Venezuela/Carabobo, Venezuela First Pro Contract: Philadelphia Phillies Sox Acquisition: Acquired via trade with RHP Mark Lowe from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for cash considerations July 24, 2017 Major League Service Entering 2017: Two Years, 154 Days Acquired by the Chicago White Sox and assigned to Triple-A Charlotte 7/24. Was 2-4 with 10 saves as a member of the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers (PCL). 1-0, 1.17 ERA (1 ER/7.2 IP) in 5 G w/ the Seattle Mariners this season. Began season with AAA Iowa in Chicago-NL organization, going 2-1 with 1 save and a 3.68 ERA (12 ER, 29.1 IP) with 26 strikeouts in 20 games Did not issue more than 1 walk in each of his 20 outings, including 11 appearances with 0 free passes released by Chicago-NL on June 9. Signed by San Francisco on June 17 in 28 appearances with AAA Sacramento, was 2-2 with 12 saves and 3.62 ERA (13 ER, 32.1 IP) with 27 strikeouts. Began season with San Francisco, appearing in 33 games designated for assignment, July 20...claimed off waivers by Boston, and appeared in 26 games. Was 2-0 with 4 saves and 5.12 ERA (33 ER, 58.0 IP) in 59 total games. On 15-day DL, June 2-23, with a strained left groin played for Magallanes in VWL. Outrighted to minors and declared a free agent, Nov. 6...signed a minor league contract with Chicago-NL on Dec Went 7-1 with a 2.58 ERA (19 ER, 66.1 IP) in a team-high 71 relief appearances for the SF Giants. Made seven postseason appearances 2013: Went 3-1 with a 2.38 ERA (14 ER, 53.0 IP) with 51 strikeouts in 51 relief appearances with San Francisco. Appeared in 17 games for Magallanes in VWL 2012: Selected to Majors by San Francisco Sept. 1 from AAA Fresno MLB debut on Sept. 3 had 6.75 ERA (5 ER, 6.2 IP) in 8 games with San Francisco. 2011: Spent majority of season with Diablos Rojos del Mexico of Mexican League on loan from San Francisco went 3-1 with a 2.30 ERA in 48 relief appearances. 2010: Spent season with AAA Indianapolis, going 5-5 with a 3.92 ERA (26 ER, 59.2 IP) with 58 strikeouts played for Magallanes in VWL. 2009: Split season between AA Altoona and AAA Indianapolis, going 3-4 with 12 saves and a 2.79 ERA in 41 games... Played for Magallanes in VWL 2008: With AA New Hampshire, was 2-6 with 4.65 ERA (36 ER, 69.2 IP) in 21 games (nine starts)...played for Magallanes in VWL 2007: Went 2-4 with 3.53 ERA (32 ER, 81.2 IP) in 48 games with AA New Hampshire appeared in 15 games for Magallanes in VWL 2006: Was 6-1 with 2.64 ERA (21 ER, 71.2 IP) in 49 relief outings with AA Montgomery played for Magallanes in Venezuelan Winter League. 2005: Selected by Tampa Bay in Rule 5 Draft with A Visalia, went 3-11 with 6.03 ERA (65 ER, 97.0 IP), three saves and 106 strikeouts in 31 games (14 starts) 2003: With A Batavia was 2-4 with 4.78 ERA (17 ER, 32.0 IP) in eight starts 2002: Combined 4-0 with 0.70 ERA (3 ER, 38.2 IP) between VSL Phillies and GCL Phillies. 2001: Went 8-3 with 2.86 ERA (18 ER, 56.2 IP) in 14 games with VSL Phillies 2000: Was 2-2 with 4.13 ERA (11 ER, 24.0 IP) in 11 games with VSL Phillies Jean Manuel Machi (pronounced ma-chee) resides in Carabobo, Venezuela with wife, Yaniret, and children, Jean Mary and Jean Marcos. Originally signed by Philadelphia as a non-drafted free agent in February 2000 signed by Phillies scout Jesus Mendez. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2002 GCL Phillies Batavia PITCHED IN THE VENEZUELAN SUMMER LEAGUE 2005 Montgomery Visalia Montgomery New Hampshire New Hampshire Indianapolis Altoona Indianapolis Fresno San Francisco (NL) Fresno San Francisco (NL) Fresno San Francisco (NL) San Francisco (NL) Boston (AL) Sacramento Iowa Sacramento MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

16 JACOB MAY - OF Given Name: Jacob Alexander May Bats: Switch Height: 5-10 Weight: 180 Opening Day Age: 25 (January 23, 1992) Birthplace/Residence: Williamsport, Pa./Liberty Township, Ohio First Pro Contract: White Sox Sox Acquisition: Selected in the third round, June 2013 First-Year Player Draft. Major League Service Entering 2017: None. Contract Status: Signed through Participated in a hitters mini-camp in Glendale in January. Enters the season rated by MLB.com as the No. 18 Prospect in the White Sox system Was limited to 83 games with Class AAA Charlotte due to abdominal injuries led the Knights with 19 stolen bases. Batted.314/.339/.410 in the second half after hitting.240/.294/.321 prior to the break. Went 4-11 (.364) with seven RBI and eight runs scored with the bases loaded. Recorded an eight-game hitting streak from 4/ Was on the disabled list from 5/16-6/20 and 7/16-8/9 with abdominal strains Hit safely in 14 of his final 15 games, including a season-high, 11-game hitting streak from 8/20-9/1 (.422, 19-45) posted five consecutive multihit efforts from 8/ Entered the year ranked by Baseball America as the No. 5 prospect in the White Sox organization; tabbed by MLB.com as the No. 8 prospect in the Sox system. Hit a combined.274 ( ) w/ 16 doubles, two home runs, 35 RBI and 39 stolen bases over 101 games between Class AA Birmingham and the AZL White Sox. Tied for second in the Southern League with 37 steals, trailing only teammate Tim Anderson (49). Batted.338 (24-71) against lefties and.311 (42-135) in 33 games as the leadoff hitter. Recorded a season-high three stolen bases on 5/2 vs. Tennessee and stole two bases in six other games. Left the game on 6/2 vs. Biloxi after colliding with Tim Anderson was placed on the disabled list on 6/3 with a concussion. Made three rehab starts with the AZL White Sox from 7/18-21 before being reinstated on 7/22. Hit for the cycle on 8/11 at Pensacola became the second Baron to accomplish the feat during the season (also Anderson on 5/9 at Montgomery). Ranked third in the Carolina League in stolen bases (37) and tied for third in triples (10) at Class A Winston-Salem. Led the Dash in runs scored (66), stolen bases and triples was successful on 82.2 percent (37-45) of his stolen base attempts. Recorded eight games with two or more steals, including a season-high three on 6/28 vs. Carolina. Hit.288 (51-177) over the second half of the season after posting a.235 (56-238) average during the first half. Was named CL Player of the Week for 8/4-10, going (.533) with four doubles, two triples and nine steals. Was placed on the disabled list on 8/9 with a bruised right pinky finger and missed the rest of the season. Entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 10 Prospect in the White Sox organization SEASON Combined to hit.303 (76-251) w/ eight home runs, 35 RBI, 41 runs, & 24 stolen bases over 66 games between Advanced Rookie Great Falls and Class A Kannapolis. Tied for sixth among White Sox farmhands in steals. Played for Sydney in the Australian Baseball League, hitting.269 (49-182) with 17 stolen bases in 45 games. Was cited by Baseball America as the Fastest Baserunner and Most Intriguing Background in the White Sox draft class. Single Attended Coastal Carolina University, where he was named Second Team All-Big South as a junior in Led the Chanticleers in average (.324), hits (70), triples (2), home runs (7), multihit games (19), slugging percentage (.495), sacrifice bunts (15) and stolen bases (16), and reached base in a career-best 27 straight games. Father, Lee May Jr., was the 21st overall pick in the 1986 Amateur Draft by the New York Mets and batted.221 ( ) over eight minor-league seasons. Grandfather, Lee May, hit 354 home runs over 18 major-league seasons for Cincinnati ( ), Houston (72-74), Baltimore (75-80) and Kansas City (81-82). Uncle, Carlos, played 10 major-league seasons with the White Sox, Yankees and Angels, and currently serves as a White Sox ambassador. Was recommended/signed by Kevin Burrell (White Sox). CAREER PLAYING RECORD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2013 Great Falls Kannapolis Winston-Salem AZL White Sox Birmingham Charlotte MINOR TOTALS

17 CHRIS O DOWD - C Given Name: Christopher Kelley O Dowd Bats: Left Height: 5-11 Weight: 185 Opening Day Age: 26 (October 4, 1990) Birthplace/Residence: Cleveland, Ohio / Osprey, Fla. First Pro Contract: San Diego Padres Sox Acquisition: Signed as a minor league free agent, April 4, Major League Service Entering 2017: None. Activated from AA Birmingham s disabled list & assigned to Triple-A Charlotte 8/26. Was hitting.176 (6-34) with three RBIs through 13 games prior to his promotion. Played in 53 games w/ Class A Winston-Salem, Class AA Birmingham, and Triple-A Charlotte, batting a combined.250 (41-164) w/ 7 2B, 1 HR, and 16 RBIs. Made one appearance for the Knights 5/29 at Rochester, going 0-for-1 with three walks and a strikeout. Earned Southern League midseason All-Star honors at Class AA Mississippi, hitting.304 (24-for-79) w/ 16 RBIs and 18 walks in 26 games. Ordered to serve an 80-game suspension beginning on 6/10 after testing positive for a performance enhancing substance. Combined to hit.271 (114/421) with 27 doubles, three triples, five home runs and 48 RBI between Class AA Tulsa and Class A Modesto. Named California League Player of the Week on 5/5 after hitting.538 (14-26) with five doubles, one triple, eight RBI and seven runs scored in six games. 2013: Played in a combined 58 games between Class A Tri-City & Class A Asheville, batting.270 (57-211) w/ eight doubles, four triples, two homers and 21 RBI. 2012: Batted a combined.181 (15-83) over 37 games between Class A Eugene, Class A Fort Wayne and Class A Lake Elsinore. 2012: Was selected by San Diego in the 23rd round of the First-Year Player Draft. Attended Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. was a three-year letterwinner was teammates with 2016 World Series winner Kyle Hendricks. Earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors and was named Ivy League Co-Rookie of the Year in Was originally drafted by Oakland in the 40th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft. Father, Dan, was the general manager of the Colorado Rockies from and is currently an analyst for MLB Network. CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING 2017 YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2012 Eugene Fort Wayne Lake Elsinore Tri-City Asheville Modesto Tulsa Mississippi Winston-Salem Birmingham Charlotte MINOR TOTALS

18 BOBBY PARNELL - RHP Given Name: Robert Allen Parnell Bats: Right Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 Opening Day Age: 32 (September 8, 1984) Birthplace/Residence: Salisbury, NC/Granite Quarry, NC First Pro Contract: New York Mets Sox Acquisition: Signed as a Minor League Free Agent June 6, 2017 Major League Service: 6 Years, 148 Days Made six appearances with Detroit across two stints in the Major Leagues posted a 6.75 ERA, allowing four earned runs in 5.1 innings. Went 2-1 w/ a 3.95 ERA (19 ER in 43.1 IP) w/ 12 saves for AAA Toledo. His save total tied for fifth in the International League, while his 44 appearances were 14th. Allowed one run across 11 Triple-A appearances between 5/31-7/14 (0.82 ERA), which was interrupted by a two-week stint in the Major Leagues (6/1-6/14). Granted his outright release on Aug. 21 Pitched in 30 games for the Mets, despite two lengthy stays on the disabled list began the season on the D.L. (recovery from Tommy John surgery), making his season debut on June 13 vs. Atlanta, his first Major League action since March 31, Did not allow a run in his first eight appearances (7.2 innings), while he gave up just one run in his first 13 outings (0.73 ERA, 12.1 innings). Earned first save in nearly two full seasons, June 16 vs. Toronto, finishing a 3-2 victory it marked his first rescue since July 30, 2013 vs. Miami. Season came to an end on April 8 when he underwent Tommy John surgery the surgery was performed by Mets Medical Director, Dr. David Altchek. 2013: Had his season cut short by injury, undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disc in his neck on Sept : Prior to that, he pitched in 49 games and recorded a career high 22 saves in 26 chances, posting a 2.16 ERA (12 ER in 50.0 IP). 2013: Matched a career high with five victories, also doing it in 2012 his 10 victories over the two-year span tied for sixth among NL relievers. 2012: Tied for 13th in the National League w/ a career-high 74 appearances. Went 5-4 with seven saves and a 2.49 ERA (19 ER in 68.2 IP). Collected 18 holds 2011: Made 60 appearances, going 4-6 with six saves and a 3.64 ERA (24 ER in 59.1 IP) also collected 11 holds. 2010: Opened season with Buffalo (AAA), but made 41 appearances with the Mets after being recalled on June : Went 0-1 with a 2.83 ERA (11 ER in 35.0 IP) with eight walks and 33 strikeouts 2009: Ranked sixth among Major League rookies with 16 holds also tied for ninth among all rookies with 68 appearances. 2008: Made his Major League debut Sept. 15 at Washington, recording a inning had his contract selected from New Orleans (AAA) on Sept. 1. Full name is Robert Alan Parnell resides in Granite Quarry, N.C., with his wife, Maegan and daughters Ava and Caroline. Graduated from East Rowan (N.C.) High School in 2002 along with baseball, lettered in soccer (four years) and football (two). Attended Charleston Southern University, where he majored in Criminal Justice. Works with the Boys & Girls Club of Salisbury, N.C., during the offseason, offering baseball instruction. His father, Bob, is the Fire Chief in Salisbury, while his brother, Adam, is a volunteer firefighter in Granite Quarry, N.C. Co-recipient of the 2014 Joan Payson Humanitarian Award from the New York chapter of the BBWAA shared the honor with former Royal, Dillon Gee CAREER PLAYING RECORD 2005 Brooklyn St. Lucie Hagerstown Binghamton St. Lucie New York (NL) New Orleans Binghamton New York (NL) New York (NL) Buffalo New York (NL) Buffalo St. Lucie New York (NL) New York (NL) New York (NL) New York (NL) Binghamton St. Lucie Detroit (AL) Toledo MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

19 MIKE PELFREY - RHP Given Name: Michael Alan Pelfrey Bats: Right Height: 6-7 Weight: 240 Opening Day Age: 33 (January 14, 1984) Birthplace/Residence: Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio/Wichita, Kansas First Pro Contract: New York Mets Sox Acquisition: Signed as a Minor League Free Agent April 6, 2017 Major League Service: 9 Years, 122 Days Signed by the Chicago White Sox to a minor league deal on April 6, 2017 and was assigned to Triple-A Charlotte. Was released by the Detroit Tigers March 30, 2017 during the second year of his contract. Went 4-10 with a 5.07 ERA in 119 innings over 24 games (22 starts) with the Detroit Tigers. Made 30-or-more starts for the fifth time in his career and first time since 2011 as he completed his third season with the Minnesota Twins. Posted a 6-11 record with a 4.26 ERA (164.2IP/78ER) and 86 strikeouts. Finished the season tied for the major league lead with 29 ground ball double players, while he led the American League with 0.60 home runs per nine innings. Made just five starts for the Twins due to injuries. Posted a 0-3 record with a 7.99 ERA (23.2IP/21ER) and 10 strikeouts. Made an Opening Day roster for the seventh time in his career but was sidelined from May 2-October 30 with a left groin strain. Assigned to Rochester for an injury rehabilitation assignment 5/16. Made two injury rehab starts & had a 1-0 record w/ a 0.90 ERA (10.0IP/1ER) and three strikeouts. Missed the rest of the season after undergoing season-ending surgery to clean up scar tissue in his right elbow that was causing pressure on ulnar nerve -- surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews on June : Completed his first season with the Minnesota Twins, starting 29 games and compiling a 5-13 record with a 5.19 ERA (152.2IP/88ER) and 101 strikeouts 2012: Made just three starts for the New York Mets before undergoing season-ending Tommy John surgery. Had a 2.29 ERA (19.2IP/5ER) & 13 strikeouts. 2011: Ranked fourth in the National League with 33 starts, while he was ninth with two complete games as a member of the New York Mets. 2010: Established career highs with 15 victories, innings pitched and 113 strikeouts with the Mets. 2009: Finished the season with a record, a 5.03 ERA (184.1IP/103ER) and 107 strikeouts. 2008: Made an Opening Day roster for the first time in his career as a member of the New York Mets. 2008: Started 32 games for the Mets and had a record with a 3.72 ERA (200.2IP/83ER) and 110 strikeouts 2007: Finished the season with a 3-8 record, a 5.57 ERA (72.2IP/45ER) and 45 strikeouts in 15 outings, including 13 starts, with the Mets. 2007: Made 15 starts between Single A St. Lucie and Triple A New Orleans and had a 3-6 record with a 3.94 ERA (80.0IP/35ER) and 58 strikeouts 2006: Started four games for the Mets and had a 2-1 record with a 5.48 ERA (21.1IP/13ER) and 13 strikeouts. 2006: Selected to the Eastern League midseason All-Star team. Resides in Wichita, KS in the offseason with his wife, Angela, son, Chase (8/6/09), and daughters, Madison Caroline (2/4/11) and Avery Layne (9/29/14). Attended Wichita State from , going 33-7 with a 2.17 ERA (359.2IP/87ER) with 366 strikeouts in 52 career appearances, including 51 starts...earned first team All-America honors and was named the Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year in CAREER PLAYING RECORD 2006 New York (NL) Norfolk Binghamton St. Lucie New York (NL) New Orleans St. Lucie New York (NL) New York (NL) New York (NL) New York (NL) New York (NL) Minnesota Cedar Rapids Minnesota Rochester Minnesota Detroit Toledo MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

20 D.J. PETERSON - INF Given Name: Douglas Anthony Peterson Bats: Right Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 Opening Day Age: 25 (December 31, 1991) Birthplace/Residence: Chandler, Arizona First Pro Contract: Seattle Mariners, selected in the first round (12th overall) of the 2013 MLB Player Draft Sox Acquisition: Claimed off waivers from the Seattle Mariners August 6, Major League Service: None Designated for assignment by the Mariners on July 30. Was Seattle s no. 14 prospect at the time of his removal from Seattle s 40-man roster. Hit.264 with 17 doubles, 12 HR and 54 RBIs across 103 games with Triple-A Tacoma. Also scored 47 runs, walked 32 times, and six stolen bases. Hit.264 (120-for-455) with 57 runs, 28 doubles, 1 triple, 19 home runs, 78 RBI in 119 games between AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma. Hit safely in a season-high 17 games, May 20-June 6; 17-game hitting streak was the 2nd-longest streak in the SL in 2016 and tied for the longest in his career. Promoted to Tacoma from Jackson on June 29. Homered in three consecutive games July 3-5, including hitting his first career Triple-A HR on July 3 vs. Las Vegas. Recorded career-high fove hits on Aug. 3 at El Paso w/ Tacoma (5x5, 2 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI). Spent majority of season with AA Jackson, but appeared in 4 games AAA Tacoma promoted to Tacoma on July 29 Placed on disabled list on Aug. 2 for remainder of season with a right achilles tendon strain played for Peoria Javelinas in Arizona Fall League. Named Seattle s #10 prospect by Baseball America heading into 2016 season. Split season between A High Desert and AA Jackson was 1 of 5 minor league players to record at least 30 home runs, while driving in at least 100 runs. From May 8-June 23 led all Minor League players in extra-base hits and RBI, while ranking 2nd in home runs and 3rd in doubles. At the time of promotion to Jackson on 24, ranked among California League leaders in slugging percentage (1st/.615), total bases (1st/168), RBI (1st/71), extrabase hits (T1st/42), home runs (2nd/18), doubles (3rd/23), hits (T5th/89) and average (6th/.326). Reached base safely via a hit or walk in 52 of 58 games played for the Surprise Saguaros in Arizona Fall League played in Arizona Fall League Fall Stars game. Named by Baseball America as Seattle s #2 prospect named the 8th-best prospect in the Southern League following the 2014 season. 2013: Split first professional season between Everett and Clinton despite appearing in only 29 games with Everett, finished tied for team lead in home runs and T3rd in RBI recorded first career multi-home run game on July 6 vs. Salem-Keizer. 2013: Season was cut short after being hit in the jaw on Aug. 22 in bottom of 3rd inning vs. Wisconsin; diagnosed as an open fracture of the left mandible and underwent surgery on Aug. 23 at the University of Iowa Medical Center in Iowa City, Iowa. Graduated from Gilbert (AZ) High School in May, 2010 originally selected by the Mariners in the 33rd round of the 2010 First-Year Player draft, but did not sign. Played 3 seasons at the University of New Mexico ( ) named 2012 and 2013 Mountain West Male Athlete of the Year named Mountain West Co-Player of the Year with teammate Mitch Garver in 2013 (also earned honor in 2012) won the MW overall triple crown in 2012 and A semifinalist for the 2013 Golden Spikes and Dick Howser awards National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association s (NCBWA) District VIII Player of the Year. Named to Baseball America, Louisville Slugger/ Collegiate Baseball and American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-America first teams, and NCBWA second team selected by Seattle with 12th pick in first round of 2013 MLB Draft, the highest draft choice in Lobo baseball history. Consensus top-100 prospect by Baseball America, MLB.com and Baseball Prospectus prior to the 2014 and 2015 seasons. CAREER PLAYING RECORD ENTERING 2017 YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2013 Clinton Everett Jackson High Desert Tacoma Jackson Tacoma Jackson MINORS TOTALS

21 RYAN RABURN - OF Given Name: Ryan Neil Raburn Bats: Right Height: 6-0 Weight: 185 Opening Day Age: 35 (April 17, 1981) Birthplace/Residence: Tampa, Fla./Balm, Fla. First Pro Contract: Was selected by the Tigers in the fifth round of the June 2001 first-year player draft. Sox Acquisition: Signed as a Minor League Free Agent April 8, Major League Service: Nine Years, 109 Days. Played 113 games for the Colorado Rockies in 2016, hitting.220/.309/.404 with nine home runs in 256 plate appearances. Produced 4 pinch-hit home runs, second-most in Rockies history behind Mark Sweeney s club record 5 pinch-hit HR in Appeared in 17 games (three stints) with the White Sox played four games in center field, two in left, three at shortstop, two at second base and one at pitcher. Made 176 of his 201 plate apps vs LHP and hit.325, 10th-best in the American League vs LHP and fth-best in the AL vs LHP in slugging percentage (.589). Hit.200 across just 74 games with Cleveland. Missed the last 14 games of the season...on 9/19 had arthroscopic surgery to repair the torn lateral meniscus. 2013: In his first season with the Indians ranked fourth on the club with 16 HR despite just 277 plate appearances. 2012: Split the season between Detroit, a pair of stints on the disabled list, and two stretches at Class Triple-A Toledo. 2011: In a career-high 121 appearances played 1B, 2B, 3B, LF, CF and RF. In 17 games in September hit.383, fourth-best in the American League for that month. 2010: From 8/18-8/29 produced a 10-game hitting streak, the longest of his career...was the club s Player of the Month for both August. 2009: In August hit.327 with 4 HR in 27 games and in September hit.321 in 24 apps. 2008: Made his first Major League Opening Day roster...for the Tigers played 2B, 3B, LF, CF and RF. 2007: Was selected to play in the Triple-A All-Star Game but was unable to participate because of his promotion to the Tigers. 2004: Following the Eastern League playoffs was promoted to Detroit...Was recalled on 9/12 vs Minnesota and made his Major League debut by striking out as a pinch hitter in the ninth inning of an 8-5 loss. Attended Durant High School in Plant City, FL, the same high school as Tyler Danish attended 14 years later. Attended South Florida Community College in Avon Park and the University of Florida in Gainesville...his brother, Johnny, played minor league baseball for 11 seasons. In 122 games against the White Sox, he has a.296 batting average and.872 OPS with 20 home runs and 82 RBIs including a.318/.376/.555 slash line with 13 home runs and 52 RBIs at Guaranteed Rate Field. 22 percent of Raburn s major league home runs and 23 percent of his RBIs have come against the White Sox. CAREER PLAYING RECORD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H TB 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG E 2001 Oneonta GCL Tigers West Michigan GCL Tigers Lakeland West Michigan Detroit (AL) Erie Lakeland Toledo Toledo Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Toledo Detroit (AL) Detroit (AL) Toledo Cleveland (AL) Cleveland (AL) Columbus Akron Cleveland (AL) Colorado (NL) MLB TOTALS MINORS TOTALS

22 COLTON TURNER - LHP Given Name: Colton David Turner Bats: Left Throws: Left Height: 6-3 Weight: 215 Opening Day Age: 26 (January 17, 1991) Birthplace/Residence: Fort Wayne, Texas/Cleburne, Texas First Pro Contract: Toronto Blue Jays Sox Acquisition: Obtained from Toronto in exchange for catcher Dioner Navarro, August 26, Went a combined 3-1 with a 1.24 ERA (8 ER/58.0 IP), 13 saves and 76 strikeouts over 47 games between two Class A affiliates and two Class AA affiliates. Was traded by Toronto to the White Sox in exchange for catcher Dioner Navarro on 8/26. Went (86.7) in saves opportunities. Combined to go 0-3 with a 4.36 ERA (32 ER/66.0 IP), two saves and 53 strikeouts in 32 outings between Lansing and Dunedin. Appeared in 17 games (two starts) with Canberra of the Australian Baseball League. Missed the season after having Tommy John surgery. 2013: Went a combined 5-5 with a 2.91 ERA (25 ER/77.1 IP) and 48 strikeouts in 17 appearances between Class A Vancouver and Lansing. 2012: Made his professional debut with Vancouver was selected by Toronto in the 21st round of the First-Year Player Draft. Attended Texas State University was a three-year letter-winner earned All-Southland Conference Second-Team honors in 2012 Graduated from Joshua (Texas) High School in 2009 threw four no-hitters in his high school career. CAREER PLAYING RECORD 2012 Vancouver Lansing Vancouver DID NOT PLAY DUE TO INJURY 2015 Dunedin Lansing Canberra New Hampshire Dunedin Lansing Birmingham MINORS TOTALS

23 CONNOR WALSH - RHP Given Name: Connor Griscom Walsh Bats: Left Height: 6-2 Weight: 180 Opening Day Age: 24 (October 18, 1992) Birthplace/Residence: Bryn Mawr, Pa./Berwyn, Pa. First Pro Contract: White Sox Sox Acquisition: Selected in the 12th round, June 2014 First-Year Player Draft. Major League Service Entering 2017: None Promoted to Triple-A Charlotte for the first time 7/28. Was 1-0 with a 0.55 ERA (1 ER/16.1 IP) over his last 10 AA outings w/ 5 BB & 21 SO. Went 2-2 with a 3.19 ERA (15 ER/42.1 IP) through 27 games with AA Birmingham prior to his promotion. Held opponents to a.166 AVG. With AA Birmingham, 0.93 ERA during the month of June (6 G, 9.2 IP), 0.00 ERA through July (8 G 12.0 IP). Went a combined 2-2 with a 4.10 ERA (19 ER/48.1 IP) and 51 strikeouts in 32 appearances w/ the AZL White Sox, Class A Winston-Salem and Class AA Birmingham. Held left-handed hitters to a.195 (15-77) average and righties to a.205 (24-117) mark at Class A Kannapolis averaged 13.4 strikeouts per 9.0 IP. Went 2-1 with a 4.33 ERA (13 ER/27.0 IP), two saves and 29 strikeouts over 19 appearances between Advanced Rookie Great Falls and Kannapolis. Averaged 9.7 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (29 SO/27.0 IP). Attended the University of Cincinnati was named American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for 4/ Graduated in 2011 from Radnor (Pa.) High School lettered in baseball and basketball. CAREER PLAYING RECORD (ENTERING 2017) 2014 Great Falls Kannapolis Kannapolis AZL White Sox Winston-Salem Birmingham MINORS TOTALS

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