Posts tagged "Carlos Sanchez"

Season in Review: 2015 Charlotte Knights

Season in Review: 2015 Charlotte Knights
The White Sox AAA affiliate Charlotte Knights concluded their season on Labor Day, with a final overall record of 74-70, tied for 3rd and 4 games back in the International League South Division. That’s a big improvement from last season’s ugly 63-81 showing, good for last place in the division and the entire league. And... Read more »

FutureSox TV: AAA Sluggers

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This week Daniel takes a look at some hitters performing well at AAA for the Charlotte Knights. Want to know right away when we publish a new article? Type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. Our list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.

State of the System: Middle Infield

State of the System: Middle Infield
Positional Overview: Alexei Ramirez is entering his 8th straight season as the starting shortstop for the Sox, and over that timeframe he has amassed the 8th highest WAR total (19.1 fWAR), the most plate appearances and the 3rd highest UZR amongst MLB shortstops, making Alexei a consistent and reliable contributor to the team. He’s joined... Read more »

White Sox Minor League Recap 5/1/2015: Sanchez goes 5-5, Engel continues to leverage speed

Charlotte 4, Scranton/WB 5 A five hit effort (two doubles) from Carlos Sanchez was not enough for the Knights, who fell to the Yankees’ affiliate, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Sanchez raised his average to .378 (82 ABs) and has eight extra base hits (all doubles) for the season. Sanchez, 23, does have a somewhat concerning ratio of 20... Read more »

Spring Training - Final Stock Report

We’ve been taking a weekly look at the Spring Training performances of players who are NOT guaranteed a 25-man roster spot. This should provide a succinct view into who appears to be winning or losing the battles for open roster slots, and also a look at how some minor leaguers that aren’t in real contention (i.e.... Read more »

Chicago White Sox vs. San Diego Padres - 03/23/15

White Sox lefty Jose Quintana delivers a pitch against the San Diego Padres on Monday, March 23, 2015 in Phoenix, AZ. Quintana gave up four runs on eight hits, raising his spring ERA to 3.45. (FutureSox / Daniel Shapiro)
Photos from the Chicago White Sox vs. San Diego Padres spring training game in Phoenix, AZ on March 23, 2015.

Micah Johnson should be White Sox second baseman

Coming into spring training, the White Sox set up a nominally 5-way battle for the starting job at second base. The contenders: Carlos Sanchez, Micah Johnson, Gordon Beckham, Emilio Bonifacio and Tyler Saladino. The last two were outside shots, but any of the first three looked like they had a legitimate shot at it. Sanchez, Beckham... Read more »

Spring Training Preview: Breaking down the 2B competition

With Spring Training looming, the White Sox head to Arizona with their most complete roster in years. General Manager Rick Hahn was magnificent this off-season, adding immediate impact starters and quality depth to the team. However, to acquire starting pitcher Jeff Samardjiza the Sox sent the Athletics Marcus Semien, the presumed favorite to enter 2015... Read more »

Podcast: 2015 Rankings and Spring Training Battles

In our latest episode of the Future Sox Podcast, our trio of Dan, Blake and Matt discuss: Our latest Top 30 White Sox Prospects list Players each of us feel are perhaps underrated or overrated The battle for second base in Spring Training If Rodon isn’t ready, who is the next starter called up when... Read more »

Seven Spring Training Storylines

Pitchers and catchers officially report to Camelback Ranch on Friday, though beat writers already in Glendale indicate many pitchers and position players have already been in camp for some time. It seems the excitement for the season extends beyond the fan base after an exciting offseason. Here’s a look at seven of the key storylines to watch for in Arizona this spring, so you can cut through the noise... Read more »
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