Tag: Chicago White Sox

Sox Sign RHP John Bachanov

As was noted Wednesday by Kevin Goldstein on Twitter, the Sox have signed former 1st round supplemental pick of the Angels, RHP, John Bachanov. Baseball America had this to add in their transaction report: The Angels’ top pick in the ’07 draft, reliever Jon Bachanov follows the Bobby Jenks career path from Anaheim to Chicago.... Read more »

JPNese 9/8

It all ended with a whimper.  A 2-1 loss that seemed almost orchestrated.  Hanging fastballs, defensive indifference in the 8th inning in a 1 run game.  The Barons players excitedly claiming that they would be swinging at everything.  Wouldn’t have been the first time though, in 2007, the lowly Barons squad played their last game... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/19-8/25

Another week brings another great start from Andre Rienzo and Trayce Thompson returns to action in style. The week was not so kind to a couple of Knights, however.
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JPNese 8/26

Well…break up the Barons.  They’ve gone 8-6 over the past 2 weeks and seemingly increased their win total by almost 25%.  Fantastic timing.  With 11 games to go in the season and a 9 game deficit in the division, it’s more than likely that come Labor Day afternoon, the players will be packing up to... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/12-8/18

Ryan Buch’s breakout continues as Jon Gilmore starts to fade and Justin Edwards’ hot start to the season is almost completely forgotten in this week’s Hot and Cold. 

2010 AL Central draft spending

2010 AL Central draft spending
The 2010 Draft signing deadline came and went with no new signing for the White Sox, but plenty of other teams were active, including the Sox’ AL Central counterparts. I take a look at the draft spending for each team in the Central to see if the White Sox are extremely cheap, or if it’s... Read more »
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JPNese 8/15

So basically, if I don’t show up, the Barons win.  I missed the games on the 9th, 10th and 11th due to recovery from “surgery.”  No need for painkillers, I’m a man.  Anyway, they won all three games, taking 4 out of 5 in the series and have succesfully avoided the dreaded 100 loss season.  Whoopty... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/5-8/11

When you have a player who posts a 1.349 OPS and doesn’t make it as the hot hitter of the week, you know it’s been a good week on the offensive side of the ball. 

2010 draft performance/stats update

It’s been just over 2 months since the draft and most of the top picks have been signed, and signed for a while, so I thought it would be interesting to take a look at how they were performing. Now it should be noted that sample sizes of this size are relatively meaningless, but it’s... Read more »
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Hot and Cold 7/29-8/4

Another trade deadline comes and goes, and with it, the White Sox farm system is further thinned out. While Dan Hudson and David Holmberg will no longer be appearing on the Hot and Cold list, there are still plenty of other prospects to choose from.
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