The Chicago White Sox are choosing to do the right thing.
Chicago White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf gets an awful lot of criticism, mostly for the frugality with which he has approached ownership of the White Sox and Chicago Bulls in recent years. Until this past offseason, the White Sox have been at or near the bottom of the league in payroll and free-agent spending. Similarly, until this year, the Bulls have chosen to skimp on front office spending, particularly in the area of their analytics department (or lack thereof).
In this regard, much of the criticism has been warranted. However, Reinsdorf and the organization are doing the right thing with their minor league baseball players as they continue to deal with the impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic.