Posts tagged "Myles Jaye"

State of the System: Starters

State of the System: Starters
Positional Overview: At the Major League level, Chris Sale is a stud, and Jose Quintana is not too far behind once you factor in his team friendly contract. Rick Hahn made a splash to try and solidify the rotation behind those two by trading for Jeff Samardzija. That move doesn’t look great at this moment,... Read more »

White Sox Prospects of the Month - April 2015

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, and still be a prospect (not reached MLB rookie status) to qualify. But as you will see, in the... Read more »

White Sox Minor League Recap 4/27/15: Myles Jaye shows off new slider

Only two games on the slate Monday, with both White Sox affiliates winning by a lone run. Myles Jaye was the star of the day, hurling seven no-hit innings for the Barons. Charlotte 7, Toledo 6 (F/10) The Knights maintained their grip on first place with some late heroics after starting the game down 5-0.... Read more »
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2015 Birmingham Barons Season Preview

Birmingham opens play Thursday, April 9th, along with the other three full-season clubs. Julio Vinas returns to manage the White Sox’ AA team. The Barons begin Southern League play at their Regions Field home park, hosting the Mobile Bay Bears, first pitch at 7:05pm CT. Here is a look at how the Barons’ roster is constructed, who to... Read more »

In person views of Chris Beck and Myles Jaye

Usually when I’m picking which games between the Barons and Tennessee Smokies I want to see I decide based on the pitching matchups, and this year worked out well. I’ve seen several guys in the Barons rotation before, but new arrivals Chris Beck and Myles Jaye were at the top of my list. Both are... Read more »

State of the System: Starting Pitching

Positional Overview: At the Major League level Chris Sale and Jose Quintana are the obvious #1 and #2 guys in this rotation and should be for years to come. Both are signed to potentially very team friendly contracts, too. John Danks is a tough one to project coming off his injury. If the Sox are... Read more »
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Top White Sox Prospects - 2014 Preseason Top 25

Twice annually, in January and July, the writers at FutureSox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system.  The list is released in two parts.  We released the 11-25 list a few days ago, with capsule for each player, which you can see here.  This is the full... Read more »

Top White Sox Prospects - 2014 Preseason, 11-25

Twice annually, in January and July, the writers at FutureSox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system.  The list is released in two parts: numbers 11-25 first, then numbers 1-10.  Here is the first part of our 2014 preseason list. NOTES ON ELIGIBILITY: We consider a “prospect”... Read more »

2013 Winston-Salem season in review

The Winston-Salem Dash are traditionally contenders in the Carolina League, but this season they failed to make the playoffs. The Dash were 38-32 in the first half and 33-37 second half to complete a wholly mediocre season. It would be a mistake to not start by mentioning the league’s MVP, Chris Curley. He’s 26 so... Read more »
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Meet the Dash: Interviews with 9 Prospects and their Manager

As part of our tour of the minor league affiliates, we’ve been interviewing prospects and coaches along the way.  I was in Winston-Salem on August 24th, and you can read that game report article as well, which includes several videos and some analysis. But before the game, I had the privilege of speaking with several White Sox prospects currently playing... Read more »
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