Posts tagged "Jeffrey Wendelken"

The Price for Brett Lawrie

The Price for Brett Lawrie
Late on Tuesday night, Oakland Athletics’ beat writer  Susan Slusser reported that the White Sox and Athletics were on the verge of a trade involving 3B Brett Lawrie with the return from the White Sox being “two minor leaguers.” On Wednesday, it took hours and hours of posturing conversations between the two teams to agree... Read more »

2015 Arizona Fall League - Recap of White Sox prospects' performances

2015 Arizona Fall League - Recap of White Sox prospects' performances
Scottsdale Stadium on Championship Saturday. Arizona Fall League president, Steve Cobb, made his way to the infield where, in less than an hour, the Surprise Saguaros would face the Scottsdale Scorpions for the championship of the 24th Arizona Fall League. From the podium near home plate, Cobb would present three post-season trophies, two of them... Read more »

Fall/Winter League Update: Engel and Leyer named Fall Stars

Fall/Winter League Update: Engel and Leyer named Fall Stars
The Major League Baseball season is officially over, but Sox prospects are still honing their skills in fall and winter leagues around the globe. This is the second Fall/Winter League Update installment, you can read the the first here and read the previews for the Arizona Fall League and the Winter Leagues as well. Arizona Fall... Read more »
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2015 White Sox Arizona Fall League Preview

2015 White Sox Arizona Fall League Preview
The White Sox will send at least eight minor leaguers to the Glendale Desert Dogs roster for the annual Arizona Fall League, which begins play on Tuesday, October 13th. They are outfielder Adam Engel, Third basemen Trey Michalczewski and Nick Delmonico, second baseman Jake Peter and pitchers Brandon Brennan, Peter Tago, Robin Leyer, and Jeffrey... Read more »

2015 White Sox Minor League Statistical Leaders - Relievers

2015 White Sox Minor League Statistical Leaders - Relievers
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 relief pitchers. We’ll look at some classic core numbers (i.e. WHIP), but also some peripheral values like strikeout and walk rates that may better... 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 »
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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 »

Top White Sox Prospects - 2014 Midseason Top 25

Twice annually, the writers at FutureSox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system. The first part, 11-25 with details of those players, is here. This is the full Top 25, with player capsules for the top 10, as well as a list of players who just missed... Read more »

7/30/14 Recap - Wendelken sets strikeout mark, Rodon debuts in A+

All eyes were on Winston-Salem for Carlos Rodon’s Class A (Advanced) debut, where he flashed his potential and some nerves in his inning of relief work. But his performance was overshadowed by the starting pitcher he took over for - JB Wendelken set a Dash-era record for strikeouts in a game. Durham 4, Charlotte 1 Jordan Danks tied... Read more »
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4/14/14 recap: Wendelken bright spot on rainy day

There were only two affiliates in action today as the Barons and Intimidators were rained out. The Knights were shut out for the first time this season and the Dash fell short to Wilmington. Durham 6, Knights 0 Gorkys Hernandez 1-3, 2B, BB, K Carlos Sanchez 0-2, 2 BB, K Josh Phegley 0-3, BB Matt... Read more »
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