Lots of nice colors and edge spot combinations but the lack of a progression, which usually don’t get to me, is kind of getting to me.
Generally I much prefer the top row, but the red based chip’s (2nd) edge spot isn’t speaking to me. Go a little simpler and I think you have a good start.
The difficulty is the Chicago White Sox have had 2 main colors for the last 100+ years, Black/Silver/White and Blue/Red.
One of their major uniforms had red pinstripes, with their longest color being black and silver.
The green chip design was the hardest because the only green ever worn in their history is their green pinstripe St Patrick’s day uniforms. Throughout their history, they have had some navy and light blue colors, but again, predominant colors were Black/Silver and Red/Blue (mainly 80’s). In the 30’s, they had a logo with red, yellow, and white, hence the white/yellow edge spots on the red chips.
I wanted to convey the major colors over the years with both the top and bottom. The main difference is the white and red complexities in the top. The thin edge spots showcase the classic pinstripes over the years (black or red) while the solid 212 designs are solid gray for road gray uniforms.
I personally think the 4v12 Blue/Red on white base showcases the classic red/blue 80’s logo the best, which still get worn occasionally today, while the Red chip highlights the 30’s logo of the yellow/white highlights.
I know. A ton of overthinking, but just trying to show my thought process.