Posts tagged "Justin Edwards"

Hot and Cold 7/13-7/20

Hot and Cold 7/13-7/20
The trade deadline is fast approaching, giving us a chance to guess which prospects Kenny Williams will trade at the deadline. All jokes aside, it is that time of year where names are getting thrown around. The Sox have to figure out if they’re buyers or sellers and then maybe we’ll see some of these... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/12-8/18

Justin Edwards looked like a potential breakout candidate after his fast start with Winston-Salem this year, but since his promotion to Birmingham he has been awful, and this week was no exception. In two starts (9.1 IP), Edwards gave up 14 ER (13.50 ERA), allowing 17 hits and 5 walks (2.36 WHIP), while punching out 6. Since his promotion to Birmingham Edwards' ERA is 6.06 and he has 41 SO/28 BB in 90.2 IP. Honorable mentions: Lucas Harrell (4.2 IP, 13.50 ERA, 4 BB/3 SO), Steven Upchurch (8 IP, 10.125 ERA, 3 BB/6 SO) and Joe Serafin (6 IP, 7.50 ERA, 2 BB/1 SO).
Ryan Buch’s breakout continues as Jon Gilmore starts to fade and Justin Edwards’ hot start to the season is almost completely forgotten in this week’s Hot and Cold. 

JPNese 5/25

A successful homestand for the Barons, winning 6 out of 10. Good news most of the time, but when you were 8-26 going into that 10 gamer, things are still bleak. I managed to catch all ten games, the five against Mobile were played in three days due to a rainout and a scheduled double... Read more »

Edwards and Doyle promoted; Buch demoted

Some roster shuffling took place in the White Sox system today. 2006 3rd round LH SP Justin Edwards was promoted to AA Birmingham while the red hot Terry Doyle, a RH SP, was moved up to High-A Winston-Salem. On the downside, two noteworthy prospects were sent to extended spring training from Kannapolis. Edwards had been... Read more »

Hot and Cold: 4/8-4/14

We’re a week into the 2010 Minor League season and so that means it time for the first Hot and Cold of the year. Who had a good week? Who had a bad week? Find out by reading on.

2010 FutureSox Preview: Left-handed starters

It’s back to our season previews. We go from what is arguably the deepest position in the system, catcher, to one of the thinnest, left-handed starting pitching. Let’s take a look at what few prospect the Sox have at the position. Highest upside: David Holmberg 2009 in review: Holmberg is a bit of a rarity... Read more »
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