Tag: Andrew Dalquist

White Sox Add 8 Prep Talents Due To Estimable Spending in Draft

White Sox Add 8 Prep Talents Due To Estimable Spending in Draft
It’s way too early to judge the draft classes of 2017 and 2018 much less the latest 2019 crop but the approach that the White Sox took in this year’s annual selection meeting is laudable. Nick Hostetler oversaw his 4th draft as the Director of Amateur Scouting for the club and he’s made subtle changes... Read more »

Observations from Week 1 of the AZL White Sox

Observations from Week 1 of the AZL White Sox
On Monday, the AZL White Sox got their 2019 season started and it should be an exciting one for this squad. The team is packed with young, intriguing prospects coming from recent draft classes and international signing classes. Our team preview can be found here.  Also, there are a few familiar faces as some of... Read more »

2019 AZL White Sox Preview

2019 AZL White Sox Preview
The Arizona Rookie League (AZL) started play on Monday and it is home to the White Sox younger or typically less-advanced rookie league affiliate. The Fire League is very interesting and our contributor Sean Williams is usually witnessing much of the action on the ground level. Back in 2014, the White Sox left their rookie league affiliate... Read more »
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2019 White Sox Draft Review: Observations and Takeaways

2019 White Sox Draft Review: Observations and Takeaways
Taking the Best Player Available Decision makers in every sport speak endlessly and emphatically about how imperative it is for their club to select the “best player on the board” when determining how to spend a draft pick. While it’s subjective and arbitrary, the Chicago White Sox did just that on the first night of... Read more »

White Sox select high school RHP Andrew Dalquist with 81st overall pick

A day after selecting Texas high school product Matthew Thompson in the second round, the Chicago White Sox doubled down on Day 2 by selecting another prep arm. This time, it’s California product Andrew Dalquist. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound right-handed pitcher finished his junior year hovering around 90-miles-per-hour on his fastball, but saw a significant increase... Read more »

2019 FutureSox Draft Tracker

Another seminal moment in the White Sox rebuild is upon us. All 100 of those losses in 2018 netted the White Sox the third pick in the 2019 draft, which should net the team another premium prospect. We’ll gather info on the first pick as well as who the White Sox pick in each of... Read more »
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