Tag: Michael Taylor

Spring Training Week 1 - Stock Report

We’re going to take a weekly look at the Spring Training performances of players who are NOT locked into a 25-man roster spot. This should provide a succinct view into who appears to be winning or losing the battles for open roster slots, and also a look at how some minor leaguers that aren’t in... Read more »

Seven Spring Training Storylines

Pitchers and catchers officially report to Camelback Ranch on Friday, though beat writers already in Glendale indicate many pitchers and position players have already been in camp for some time. It seems the excitement for the season extends beyond the fan base after an exciting offseason. Here’s a look at seven of the key storylines to watch for in Arizona this spring, so you can cut through the noise... Read more »

FutureSox TV: Non-Roster Invitees

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This week Daniel breaks down some non-roster invitee minor leaguers that could contribute this season.
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The Little Things: Brothers LaRoche and Danks, Taylor, AZ Mini-camp and BP Top 10

The past few days have seen a slew of items that normally wouldn’t warrant a write-up by themselves, but together are worth reporting. So here’s a quick recap on the recent moves and stories surrounding the White Sox minor leagues… Two Brothers Enter Weeks after the White Sox signed Adam LaRoche to be the foil... 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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