Tag: Codi Heuer

White Sox extend Spring Training invitations to 27 non-rostered players

White Sox extend Spring Training invitations to 27 non-rostered players
The White Sox extended major league Spring Training invites to 27 non-rostered players. Among those already a part of the system includes: right-handed pitchers Jonathan Stiever, Codi Heuer, Tyler Johnson; left-handers Kodi Medeiros, who cleared waivers and was outrighted to Charlotte, and Hunter Schryver. Andrew Vaughn, Nick Madrigal highlight the invited bats. Gavin Sheets, Daniel... Read more »

2019 Birmingham Barons Season in Review: Pitchers

2019 Birmingham Barons Season in Review: Pitchers
This is the second of two articles recapping the Chicago White Sox 2019 Double-A affiliate, Birmingham Barons. Included in this piece is a breakdown of pitchers. To read the first article focused on hitters, click HERE. Newly appointed Birmingham Barons manager Omar Vizquel worked with 52 players throughout the 2019 Southern League campaign. With 28 pitchers ranging from 22-year-old Codi... Read more »

Season in Review: 2019 Winston-Salem Dash

Season in Review: 2019 Winston-Salem Dash
Team: Winston-Salem Dash League: Carolina League (A+) Overall record: 72-61 (First half: 38-26, 2nd place; Second half: 34-35, 4th place) Final placement: 2nd place Carolina League Southern Division, missed playoffs Final Team Stats Far removed are we from the days of Luis Robert terrorizing Carolina League play with his .920 slugging percentage and 1.432 OPS... Read more »
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Season in Review: 2019 Charlotte Knights

Season in Review: 2019 Charlotte Knights
Team: Charlotte Knights League: International League (AAA) Final record: 75-64 Final placement: 2nd place in International League South Division; missed playoffs. Final Team Stats The Charlotte Knights led the International League in attendance and provided the locals with much excitement in the Queen City. A playoff berth was on the line until the very end... Read more »

Just Missed - prospects outside the Midseason 2019 Top 30

Just Missed - prospects outside the Midseason 2019 Top 30
Welcome to Rankings Week, midseason 2019! Twice a year, we rank the top prospects in the White Sox system. The schedule of events looks like this: Monday: The Just Missed article (this one), Rankings Debate for Patreon subscribers! Tuesday: Prospects ranked #16-30, with capsules, Full List for Patreon subscribers! Wednesday: The FULL LIST, with 1-15... Read more »

Pitching promotions a relief for beleaguered bullpen arms

There were a few notable prospect promotions on the minor league side of things on Monday, but they weren’t the two headliners from the 2018 draft class that everyone is waiting on. Outfielder Steele Walker will remain in Winston-Salem while infielder Nick Madrigal will enjoy the Southern League for a bit longer. A slight re-shuffling... Read more »
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The Dash aren't rained out (for once); Play two, win two

The Dash aren't rained out (for once); Play two, win two
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash experienced a hopefully unprecedented six straight rain-related cancellations or postponements over the weekend (doubleheaders kept being scheduled, only to be rained out). So it was good to see the team back on a baseball diamond and not sinking into the bog, never to be seen again. It was a brutal... Read more »

Like a Stone With No Moss, the Dash Keep Rolling

Like a Stone With No Moss, the Dash Keep Rolling
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Cristian Castillo had a good start brewing, generating off-balance swings and striking out four, but grimaced and called for the trainer after throwing a pitch in the third inning. After a quick conference at the mound, he walked off, leaving behind a line of 2.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, and 4... Read more »

Playing Some Fundamentally Sound Baseball in Winston-Salem

Playing Some Fundamentally Sound Baseball in Winston-Salem
See! Nick Madrigal emerge from offscreen to steal second base, his 15th of the year. @FutureSox pic.twitter.com/tIMWg50Dg3 — Julie Brady (@DestroyBaseball) May 30, 2019 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — John Parke continued his magic trick of allowing roughly one baserunner per inning but not giving up a lot of runs, keeping the Dash in it for as long as... Read more »
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Accepting Ideas on How to Clone Zach Remillard

Accepting Ideas on How to Clone Zach Remillard
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash led most of the game behind strong pitching, until the pitching was no longer strong. Zach Remillard continued this thing he’s doing where if someone throws him a baseball, he hits it, and his first-inning single knocked in the first Dash run of the game. The second came in the third, a truly... Read more »
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