Posts tagged "Josh Phegley"

White Sox get Samardzija, Ynoa for Four Prospects

The White Sox have acquired pitchers Jeff Samardzija and Michael Ynoa from the Oakland Athletics, in exchange for four prospects: INF Marcus Semien, RHP Chris Bassitt, 1B Rangel Ravelo and C Josh Phegley. Of course, most of you already know that. And Samardzija is a known commodity – a very effective right-handed starter who immediately... Read more »

2014 White Sox Minor League Statistical Leaders - Hitters

With the 2014 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 hitters. We’ll look at some classic core numbers (slash lines, XBH totals), but also some peripheral values (contact rates) that may better indicate where... Read more »

White Sox Prospects of the Month - Aug/Sep 2014

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. This is the final edition of 2014, covering August and the little bit of September. There were some tough calls to make, as two hitters and two pitchers could... Read more »
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White Sox Prospects of the Month - July 2014

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.  There were quite a few hitters who had a strong July, but one was clearly above the rest.  On the pitching side the call was tougher.  Let’s take a... Read more »

7/8/14 recap: Six victories on the farm

White Sox affiliates – sans Birmingham – have continued their offensive explosion as of late with powerful offense leading the Knights, Dash, Intimidators, DSL White Sox, and Voyagers to victory. Charlotte 11, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 6 The Knights hammered the Railriders on Tueday with a relentless attack. Tyler Saladino, playing first, led the way with a 3-5... Read more »

Catching 2015 - The Coming Battle

You can look at any position in the organization and attempt to determine who will be on the roster in that role in 2015.  And given the apparent path taken by Hahn and Company starting late last year, which seemed to plot a road through .500 baseball this year with the goal of competing the... Read more »
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State of the System: Catcher

Positional Overview: The catching spot is arguably the weakest position in the entire system at present. Tyler Flowers is the favorite to claim the starting C role with the big league side out of Spring Training, and although still somewhat young, he was far from convincing both offensively and defensively in 2013. Unless you are... Read more »

2013 Charlotte season in review

Following the act of the 2012 Charlotte Knights wasn’t going to be easy. That year the Knights managed to make the playoffs despite having player after player join the big league club. The 2013 Knights didn’t have as much roster instability, or as much success. They went 65-78 to finish 21.5 games out of first... Read more »

Top White Sox Prospects - 2013 Mid-Season Top 25

We recently published the 11-25 list, with details on each of those prospects.  Click here to see that article and read those write-ups and our intro.  This article contains the top 10 with details, lists the names for 11-25, and lists the other prospects who received consideration. A NOTE ON ELIGIBILITY: This year we have a... Read more »
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Sox Blogger Call with Courtney Hawkins and Josh Phegley

The Chicago White Sox hosted a Q&A session today with a handful of Sox-related social media sites.  The guests on the call were outfielder and 2012 1st round draft pick Courtney Hawkins (currently with the Winston-Salem Dash) and catcher Josh Phegley (currently with the Charlotte Knights).  The questions came from the various sites’ representatives on... Read more »
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