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White Sox lose Blake Smith in Rule V, swap Myles Jaye for Will Lamb

White Sox lose Blake Smith in Rule V, swap Myles Jaye for Will Lamb
The first major moves of the Major League Baseball offseason have taken place with the White Sox a part of that mix. However, a couple smaller moves that took place Thursday morning had more impact on the minor league side of the organization. First, the Rule V Draft took place with the White Sox losing... Read more »

2015 Rule 5 Preview - potential targets and risks for White Sox

2015 Rule 5 Preview - potential targets and risks for White Sox
***Updated 12/10/2015 at 7:38am to reflect Lawrie trade*** The Winter Meetings are underway, and the last event on the conference calendar is the Rule 5 Draft, which takes place on December 10th. There has already been some excitement for the White Sox, who acquired 3B Brett Lawrie in exchange for a pair of minor league... Read more »

40-man roster decisions - players eligible for Rule 5 Draft

40-man roster decisions - players eligible for Rule 5 Draft
***UPDATE Nov 4th 1:00pm CT: As if on cue, the White Sox purchased the contract of Zach Phillips, so he is now on the 40-man roster. Also they declined Alexei Ramirez’ $10M option and bought him out for $1M instead, making him a free agent (though there is a good chance he is brought back... Read more »
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2015 Minor League Statistical Leaders - Starting Pitchers

2015 Minor League Statistical Leaders - Starting Pitchers
With the 2015 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 starting pitchers. We’ll look at some classic core numbers like ERA and WHIP, but also some peripheral values like strikeout and walk rates that... Read more »

Season in Review: 2015 Birmingham Barons

Season in Review: 2015 Birmingham Barons
The White Sox AA affiliate Birmingham Barons finished their season with an overall record of 69-70, in 3rd place and 7 games back in the Southern League North Division’s 2nd half standings. The team was actually in first place for a significant chunk of the 2nd half, but the offense disappeared (thanks in part to... Read more »

In-person Scouting Notes and Video on the Birmingham Barons' Pitching Staff

I visited Birmingham from August 15th through the 17th, where I took in three games. What follows below is a scouting-centric piece (accompanied by video I shot and edited) about the Birmingham Barons’ pitching staff. To read my interviews with five Barons players – Tim Anderson, Tyler Danish, Nick Delmonico, Peter Tago (covered below), and Danny Hayes, click here. Here’s a deep... Read more »
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Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Mid-season 2015 - Full List

Top 30 White Sox Prospects, Mid-season 2015 - Full List
Twice annually, the writers at Future Sox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system. We use a voting system among the staff, then argue out specific players and rankings, until we come to a final list. The list is then released in two parts. This is the... Read more »

Top White Sox Prospects, Midseason 2015: Players ranked 16-30

Top White Sox Prospects, Midseason 2015: Players ranked 16-30
Twice annually, the writers at Future Sox work together to produce a list of the top prospects in the White Sox system. We use a voting system among the staff, then argue out specific players and rankings, until we come to a final list. The list is released in two parts. This is the list... Read more »

White Sox Prospects of the Month - June 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 (50 PA or 10 IP), and still be a prospect (not reached MLB rookie status) to qualify. The states-side rookie... Read more »
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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 »
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