Posts tagged "Matt Zaleski"

White Sox Winter Leagues Preview: Dominican Republic

Each year, the White Sox organization has a couple dozen or so minor and major leagers playing in winter leagues around the Caribbean and/or in Australia. The leagues start at various times and not all of them have their rosters up yet, so we’re breaking up the previews into multiple editions this year. We published the Venezuelan League preview on the... Read more »

Minor Madness - Can Charlotte carry 28 pitchers?

This time of year, there are always more players in the organization than there is room for on active major and minor league rosters.  If you attempt a depth chart for the April-starting affiliates (Class A and up), even leaving out the guys likely to be in rookie ball (which starts in June), you end... Read more »

Hot and Cold 5/19-5/25

A day late on this week’s Hot and Cold, but it should be worth the wait. Several hitters had standout weeks, including Dayan Viciedo who continues to roll. Topping Viciedo was an athletic outfielder on a lengthy hitting streak for the second year in a row. On the pitching side, our favorite Brazilian had one... Read more »
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Ryan Buch Promoted to Winston-Salem

In the first major promotion of the year for a White Sox prospect that wasn’t a reliever, Ryan Buch has been moved up to Winston-Salem. Buch’s promotion falls in line with a series of starting pitcher moves in the last week. On Friday Brandon Hynick was traded to the Reds for cash, Matt Zaleski took... Read more »

Time for early season overreactions!

The minor league season isn’t even a month old, which means small sample sizes and fun stats are abound! We haven’t done a Hot & Cold this year yet, but they are coming. This can serve as the Hot & Cold for the first couple weeks, but it’s going to be a little different. It’s... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/19-8/25

After back-to-back solid seasons from Matt Zaleski, there was some mild expectation for him in 2010, but he certainly hasn't delivered. Zaleski's appearance this week was particularly disastrous as he managed to give up 6 ER without recording one out. He gave up 4 hits (3x1B, 1xHR), and walked 2. For the season he has a 5.40 ERA with 80 SO/46 BB in 133.1 IP and a 9.66 ERA in his last 10 games. Honorable mentions: Jeff Marquez (5.1 IP, 11.81 ERA, 1 BB/4 SO), Joe Serafin (3.2 IP, 17.18 ERA, 4 BB/2 SO) and Nate Jones (4.2 IP, 7.71 ERA, 4 BB/2 SO).
Another week brings another great start from Andre Rienzo and Trayce Thompson returns to action in style. The week was not so kind to a couple of Knights, however.
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