AZL White Sox Weekly Report: 7/16 to 7/19

AZL White Sox Weekly Report: 7/16 to 7/19
This was a short week for the AZL White Sox who were off Monday and Tuesday before facing the Diamondbacks on Wednesday and the Cubs on Thursday. In both games played this week, the White Sox fell short, piling up an 0-2 record heading into this weekend’s match ups. Despite the losing record, there were... Read more »

Weekly Eloy Jimenez Appreciation Post

Weekly Eloy Jimenez Appreciation Post
Congratulations to all Sox fans: Eloy is back. After missing 10 games with a left adductor strain, he is risen from the disabled list and returned to the field of play. So far, he is 6-17 in three games since then, with two doubles and a home run. Overall on the season, Jimenez is hitting... Read more »

Sports Medicine 101: A Guide to White Sox Prospect Injuries

Sports Medicine 101: A Guide to White Sox Prospect Injuries
Upon embarking on this assignment, I didn’t realize that it had the potential to become the text for a course in sports medicine. If you’re considering a career as an athletic trainer or rehab specialist this article is a treasure trove of information. You’ll learn the treatments and recovery times for a litany of injuries... Read more »
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White Sox Prospect Hot List, 7/17

White Sox Prospect Hot List, 7/17
Welcome to another semi-weekly rundown of the best recent performances on the White Sox farm. The Dash and Voyagers have been offensive juggernauts recently (not surprising that both are currently in 1st place), while the higher level affiliates have had quite a few strong showings on the mound. Reminder: all the performances and numbers presented... Read more »

Jimmy Lambert: The Breakout White Sox Prospect No One is Talking About

Jimmy Lambert: The Breakout White Sox Prospect No One is Talking About
It was an unseasonably cold May night in Kannapolis, North Carolina at the beginning of the 2017 season and I was huddled in the scout seats to watch prized prospect Alec Hansen. The row in front of me was populated entirely by pro scouts, who can be a wealth of information if they are feeling... Read more »

AZL White Sox Weekend Wrap-Up

AZL White Sox Weekend Wrap-Up
The AZL White Sox finished their weekend earning a record of 2-1 with both of their wins coming in one run games. Aside from finishing the weekend with a winning record, this span of three games also featured plenty of excitement for White Sox fans. On Friday night, Nick Madrigal picked up his first hit... Read more »
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White Sox Minor League News and Notes, 7/9 to 7/15

White Sox Minor League News and Notes, 7/9 to 7/15
On a day where the baseball world was watching, two Birmingham Barons made it known their prospect status is more than justified. Birmingham OF Luis Alexander Basabe and RHP Dylan Cease played in the annual Futures Game. Basabe for Team World and Cease for Team USA. Basabe clobbered  a two-run homer in his second at bat... Read more »

AZL White Sox Game Report: White Sox lose to Dbacks 5-1 in an eventful night

AZL White Sox Game Report: White Sox lose to Dbacks 5-1 in an eventful night
GLENDALE, Ariz – The Arizona League White Sox had a very eventful night on Thursday in a game that involved Ian Clarkin throwing another rehab start, 2018 33rd round draft pick Bryce Bush making his professional debut, and Nick Madrigal back in the lineup. The Sox might’ve lost this one, but it was still an... Read more »

Everyone is Hurt and Everything Hurts

Everyone is Hurt and Everything Hurts
At first, we laughed. Ha ha, another prospect injury. Don’t worry, we have a million prospects! Who cares if a couple are injured? There are more where they came from. We’re ripe with prospects; we swim in them; they fall from the sky like manna. It’s the White Sox, with one of the deepest farm... Read more »
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AZL White Sox Game Report: 6th inning rally leads to win, updates on Madrigal & Walker

AZL White Sox Game Report: 6th inning rally leads to win, updates on Madrigal & Walker
GLENDALE, Ariz – The White Sox bats were kept quiet for most of this game until the sixth inning when they piled on five runs to take the lead and never looked back. Before the sixth, the team had a total of four hits, but during their rally they would string together six consecutively that... Read more »
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