Tag: Nolan Sanburn

In-person scouting notes from fall leagues, Part 1

In-person scouting notes from fall leagues, Part 1
***Editor’s Note: This is the first in a handful of guest posts from Chris Kusiolek, who has been diligently scouting prospects on the back fields in Arizona, including a number of White Sox prospects. Chris has worked with scout.com and other blogs, and will soon be in the Dominican Republic working for a prospect development... Read more »

White Sox Rule 5 Draft preview - who they could lose or add

White Sox Rule 5 Draft preview - who they could lose or add
The Winter Meetings, currently underway, rightly get attention for all the hot stove action as teams start making big trades and signings. But the festival of roster machinations (built around the meetings’ stated purposes of conference sessions and front office job matching for teams at all levels) ends with the Rule 5 Draft, which will... Read more »

White Sox Arizona Fall League 2016 Recap

White Sox Arizona Fall League 2016 Recap
To prepare you for what you’re about to read, let me preface it with this: the White Sox do not have a very good farm system. It is better than it has been, but it is not good. With that in mind… This year’s set of Sox Arizona Fall League prospects played for the Glendale... Read more »
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White Sox prospects who are unprotected for the 2016 Rule 5 Draft

White Sox prospects who are unprotected for the 2016 Rule 5 Draft
Friday, November 18th is the deadline for players to be placed on the 40-man roster to be protected from the Rule 5 draft. The White Sox currently have 27 minor leaguers who will be eligible for the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft, including 4 of the Top 30 Prospects from our July list... Read more »

Season in Review: 2016 Birmingham Barons

Season in Review: 2016 Birmingham Barons
Optimism was high for the Barons heading into the 2016 season, as the Opening Day roster seemed loaded with talent that included 11 of the White Sox top 30 prospects at the time. New manager Ryan Newman had to be excited about the possibilities with six top 30 prospects slated for his everyday lineup and... Read more »

Arizona Fall League Preview - White Sox prospects

Arizona Fall League Preview - White Sox prospects
***UPDATE Oct 10: RHP Matt Cooper is no longer on the Glendale roster and won’t be pitching in the AFL. RHP Nolan Sanburn has taken his place. The rest of the players listed are still on the roster. Article text updated accordingly… On Wednesday, the rosters of the Arizona Fall League were released to the... Read more »
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2016 Winston-Salem Dash Season Preview

2016 Winston-Salem Dash Season Preview
Winston-Salem opens play on Thursday, April 7th, along with the other three full-season clubs. Joel Skinner becomes the team’s manager, coming over from Charlotte to work with some of the younger players. He’s joined by Hitting Coach Charlie Poe (who is returning to the club), and Pitching Coach Jose Bautista (who moves up from Kannapolis,... Read more »

2015 White Sox Minor League Statistical Leaders - Relievers

2015 White Sox Minor League Statistical Leaders - Relievers
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 relief pitchers. We’ll look at some classic core numbers (i.e. WHIP), but also some peripheral values like strikeout and walk rates that may better... 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 »
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Next Wave: Pitchers who just missed our 2015 Midseason Top 30

Next Wave: Pitchers who just missed our 2015 Midseason Top 30
After we publish each of our twice-annual Top Prospects lists, we post a pair of follow-up articles we call the “Next Wave.” One covers position players (published yesterday, here is the link), and this one covers pitchers. These are prospects who didn’t make our most recent top 30, but who are nonetheless worth keeping an... Read more »
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