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Next Wave: Pitchers who just missed our 2016 Top 30 Prospects list

Next Wave: Pitchers who just missed our 2016 Top 30 Prospects list
After we publish each of our twice-annual Top Prospects lists, we publish a pair of follow-up articles we call the “Next Wave.” One covers position players, which we published a few days ago. This one covers pitchers. These are prospects who didn’t make our most recent top 30, but who are nonetheless worth keeping an eye on. You... Read more »

Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Preseason 2016 - Full List

Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Preseason 2016 - Full List
Twice annually, the writers at Future Sox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system. We use a voting system among the staff, then argue about specific players and rankings, until we come to a final list. The list is then released in two parts. This is the... Read more »

2015 Minor League Statistical Leaders - Starting Pitchers

2015 Minor League Statistical Leaders - Starting Pitchers
With the 2015 minor league seasons completed, let’s take a look at the leaders in key statistical areas in the White Sox system. In this edition, we’re going to focus on starting pitchers. We’ll look at some classic core numbers like ERA and WHIP, but also some peripheral values like strikeout and walk rates that... Read more »
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Season in Review: 2015 Winston-Salem Dash

Season in Review: 2015 Winston-Salem Dash
The Winston-Salem Dash finished the season with an 75-63 record overall, driven by a very impressive 45-23 mark in the second half (the best in the entire Carolina League since at least 2006). The Dash played a hard-fought 3-game playoff series against the Cubs affiliate Myrtle Beach Pelicans, but lost the last two games by... Read more »

Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Mid-season 2015 - Full List

Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Mid-season 2015 - Full List
Twice annually, the writers at Future Sox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system. We use a voting system among the staff, then argue out specific players and rankings, until we come to a final list. The list is then released in two parts. This is the... Read more »

State of the System: Starters

State of the System: Starters
Positional Overview: At the Major League level, Chris Sale is a stud, and Jose Quintana is not too far behind once you factor in his team friendly contract. Rick Hahn made a splash to try and solidify the rotation behind those two by trading for Jeff Samardzija. That move doesn’t look great at this moment,... Read more »
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White Sox Prospects of the Month - April 2015

After each month of the minor league season, we name one position player and one pitcher as players of the month on the White Sox farm.  Generally, players have to see full-time innings or plate appearances, and still be a prospect (not reached MLB rookie status) to qualify. But as you will see, in the... Read more »

White Sox Minor League Recap 4/28/15: Guerrero continues dominance, but where is Montas?

White Sox Minor League Recap 4/28/15: Guerrero continues dominance, but where is Montas?
***Updated 9:20am to reflect Recchia injury, wasn’t Montas’ slot*** Toledo 6, Knights 2 It was a rough night in Charlotte. Brad Penny was the (extremely) hard luck pitcher – the former All-Star gave up no earned runs in four innings, while he struck out and walked one batter each. Sadly, an unearned run due to... Read more »

White Sox Minor League Recap 4/15/15: Dykstra throws a no-hitter

White Sox Minor League Recap 4/15/15: Dykstra throws a no-hitter
As Winston-Salem and Kannapolis each had two games apiece after being rained out Tuesday, James Dykstra turned in a no-hitter to headline a day of solid pitching performances from the pitching staffs across the org while Keon Barnum provided the entire offense for the Dash across two games. Charlotte 5, Gwinnett 3 The Knights lineup... Read more »
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The Next Wave: Pitchers who missed the Top 30 for 2015

Each year after we publish our preseason Top Prospects List, we publish a pair of follow-on articles we call the “Next Wave”. One covers position players (which we covered last week), the other covers pitchers (this article). These are prospects who didn’t make our top 30, but who are nonetheless worth keeping an eye on. You may be asking... Read more »
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