NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.-- The Boston Red Sox reportedly acquired Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale in exchange for four prospects Tuesday. While Boston fans are familiar with their newest get, Chicago fans might be wondering about the identities of their four newest youngsters.

We reached out to Baseball Prospectus minor-league editor Craig Goldstein, who is also here at the winter meetings, to get his thoughts on the prospects and the White Sox system as a whole. You can follow Goldstein on Twitter, as well as checking out BP's coverage of the Red Sox farm here.

Yoan Moncada is the gem of the deal. USATSI

1. Can Yoan Moncada still prove to be worth the hype?

Sure. He's a dynamic athlete, especially so for someone his size. He swings from both sides of the plate and shouldn't have a ton of trouble sticking at second base, now that it's available to him. The swing-and-miss is a concern, but it's also a fair trade-off for this kind of power potential. It's easy to be down on a guy who struck out like he did, but it was a brief showing and he can still adjust.

2. Does Michael Kopech have any chance at starting?

Any chance? Sure. Much chance? Not from what I'm hearing. There's a lot of effort in his delivery, so while the fastball is explosive and he can hold his velocity, his mechanics can slip as he tires. There's always a chance, but all signs point to the bullpen, where he could be an impact reliever.

3. Who are Luis Alexander Basabe and Victor Diaz?

Not to be confused with Luis Alejandro Basabe (his twin brother), who the Red Sox dealt to Arizona, Luis Alexander is a bucket of tools on which to dream. Like Moncada, he's a switch-hitter with a bunch of athleticism, including an enticing power/speed combination of tools. He's a decent bet to stick in center, while questions rest on whether his hit tool will allow him to make the most of his abilities. As far as lower minor fliers go, he's a good one.

Victor Diaz is a relief prospect in Low-A and he can hit the upper 90s on the radar gun. He'll show a slider and a change-up, but his high-effort mechanics mean he's destined to stay in the pen.

Chris Sale is the Red Sox's newest ace. USATSI

4. Does this feel like a fair trade for a pitcher of Sale's quality?

I think it does. This is a monster package, and while people will say the Red Sox did well here (and they did), it came at a price. Moncada is not far removed from being thought of as the best prospect in baseball, and while Kopech's likelihood as a reliever makes him a relatively weak second piece, the presence of Basabe as a strong third piece mitigates that a bit.

5. Where does the White Sox farm system rank in relation to the league?

It's still fresh but off the top of my head I would have them in the 15-20 range. It was a relatively bereft system before the deal.