Posts tagged "Jose Quintana"

2012 Birmingham Season in Review

The current buzz around the Birmingham Barons is that they played the Regions Park finale on Monday. As the Barons prepare to move into the currently under construction Regions Field, let’s take a look at the Barons’ final year in Hoover before they move into the city of Birmingham. The Barons had a down year,... Read more »

Tracking the Newly Acquired White Sox Prospects

The White Sox had a busy offseason in terms of acquiring prospects. It’s time to take a look at the early returns on those players and what the outlook is for them. Jose Quintana Acquired: free agent signing in November Quintana was a sleeper pick up of sorts because he wasn’t acquired in a trade... Read more »

FutureSox Prospect of the Month: April 2012

The first month of the baseball season is in the books and three White Sox farm teams have winning records, Charlotte (13-12), Birmingham (14-11) and Winston-Salem (15-8), while Kannapolis comes in at 10-14. However, the lead storyline comes from a pair of bounce back prospects. Let’s look at them and the rest of the hot... Read more »
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Early Season Hot and Cold

In place of the usual Hot and Cold with the hot and cold hitters and pitchers of the week with photos and a fancy format let’s just get down and dirty. Which White Sox prospects are struggling and which are setting the minors on fire in the first couple weeks of play? Hot hitters Dan... Read more »

2012 Birmingham Season Preview

2012 Birmingham Season Preview
It’s Opening Day! Three White Sox affiliates open the 2012 season tonight, which means it’s time to break down the rosters. Continuing the series is the AA Birmingham Barons. The format is the same as for the A ball previews, breaking down the rosters based on where the players were last year. The Barons have... Read more »

2012 Preseason Top 25 White Sox Prospects

2012 Preseason Top 25 White Sox Prospects
The 2011-2012 offseason has seen some significant changes for the White Sox and that certainly includes the minor league system. The changes haven't been dramatic enough to turn a weak farm system into a strong one, but there are definitely some intriguing new players to watch. Pitching depth has improved markedly, but position player depth is still abysmal. Even a shallow system like the Sox have is not fully devoid of talent...
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