Tag: Micker Adolfo

Sports Medicine 101: A Guide to White Sox Prospect Injuries

Sports Medicine 101: A Guide to White Sox Prospect Injuries
Upon embarking on this assignment, I didn’t realize that it had the potential to become the text for a course in sports medicine. If you’re considering a career as an athletic trainer or rehab specialist this article is a treasure trove of information. You’ll learn the treatments and recovery times for a litany of injuries... Read more »

White Sox Minor League News and Notes, 7/9 to 7/15

White Sox Minor League News and Notes, 7/9 to 7/15
On a day where the baseball world was watching, two Birmingham Barons made it known their prospect status is more than justified. Birmingham OF Luis Alexander Basabe and RHP Dylan Cease played in the annual Futures Game. Basabe for Team World and Cease for Team USA. Basabe clobbered  a two-run homer in his second at bat... Read more »

Where Do Runs Come From? A story of 19 of them

Where Do Runs Come From? A story of 19 of them
Minor league baseball games are, on the whole, much stupider than major league games. The players are more raw, so you can see things like seven errors in one game, bad baserunning blunders, and nearly 20 runs scored in just over three hours. I’ve been around minor league baseball for a long time, and Monday... Read more »
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FutureSox Podcast #6 Ft. Micker Adolfo and Jordan Stephens

FutureSox Podcast #6 Ft. Micker Adolfo and Jordan Stephens
Check out the latest FutureSox Podcast Featuring two of the top prospects in the White Sox organization! Clinton Cole is back with the sixth FutureSox podcast of 2018, this time featuring FutureSox Editor-in-Chief Matt Cassidy, White Sox OF/DH prospect Micker Adolfo and White Sox SP prospect Jordan Stephens. Be sure to take a listen to... Read more »

White Sox Prospects of the Month, April 2018

White Sox Prospects of the Month, April 2018
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. Generally, players have to see full-time innings or plate appearances (~50 PA or 10 IP minimum), and still be a prospect (not reached MLB rookie status) to qualify. This is... Read more »

Meet the Opportunists

Meet the Opportunists
One of the biggest stories coming out of Spring Training for the Chicago White Sox this year was the startling number of the injuries to top prospects. In late February, it was revealed that Micker Adolfo (10) had an injury to his ulnar collateral ligament and would be limited to a DH role, keeping his... Read more »
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White Sox Top Prospect Report - 4/20

White Sox Top Prospect Report - 4/20
The Top Prospect Report is a weekly FutureSox feature throughout the season, highlighting the performances of the top prospects in the White Sox system, with emphasis on the top 15 rated prospects as classified by the most recent FutureSox top 30 rankings. Check back every week to get updates on the progress and movement of... Read more »

Dashing Through the Accumulated Weight of History, Laughing All the Way (ha ha ha!)

Dashing Through the Accumulated Weight of History, Laughing All the Way (ha ha ha!)
It’s been a Dash-heavy week, and this is a Dash-heavy post, with two already in the first sentence and a third to follow almost immediately. Winston-Salem has been the talk of the White Sox minor league system, with impressive offensive showings and pitching performances to back it up. Our Chuck Garfien has the breakdown of... Read more »

Outfield Overload - The Dash Five

Outfield Overload - The Dash Five
As of this writing, the Winston-Salem Dash (Advanced-A) are probably the most prospect-laden squad in the White Sox system, certainly on the hitting side of things. That they’ve spent the last week not only winning games but doing it in improbable fashion multiple times (how about a straight steal of home to walk off with... Read more »
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White Sox Prospect Hot List, 4/17

White Sox Prospect Hot List, 4/17
It’s time to highlight who had a big week on the White Sox farm. This edition is the first full seven days’ worth, as last week’s covered the first stub of five games. Plenty of strong performances stood out, but the Winston-Salem Dash dominate the internal leaderboards over the past week’s worth of play. Let’s... Read more »
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