The Chicago White Sox have signed two prospects to start the international prospects signing period. The White Sox have agreed to terms with Dominican shortstop Amando Nunez, who is ranked No. 26 on the list of international prospects. The 16-year-old has impressed scouts with a nice swing and great offensive potential. Their second signing of the day came when they agreed to terms with Jhoandro Alfaro, a 16-year-old Colombian catcher. Alfaro has signed for $750,000 and is the younger brother of Rangers prospect Jorge Alfaro. Alfaro has a strong arm and is advanced defensively as a catcher according to scouting reports.