Posts tagged "Scott Carroll"

2015 Charlotte Knights Season Preview

  UPDATED 4/9/15 9:19: to reflect slight changes to initial roster Charlotte opens play Thursday, April 9th, along with the other three full-season clubs. Joel Skinner returns to manage the top affiliate in the system. The White Sox’ AAA team begins International League play at home for their second year in new BB&T Ballpark, hosting the Norfolk Tide,... Read more »

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 »

Future Sox TV - Right handed starters

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In this week’s episode Daniel breaks down what minor league starters might be able to fill the White Sox rotation’s right handed void.

Sox Non-Tender Carroll, Snodgress - What it Means

Today is the deadline for decisions on whether or not to tender contracts to pre-arbitration and arbitration-eligible MLB players. The White Sox appear set to give contracts to five – Tyler Flowers, Hector Noesi, Javy Guerra, Nate Jones, and Dayan Viciedo. Four of those are no-brainers, and the fifth is seen as highly likely as... Read more »

April Prospects of the Month

Better late than never – the FutureSox April Prospects of the Month are here. 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.  On the position player side, there were three players who all could have made a... Read more »

White Sox Rookie Watch: March/April

With the White Sox fielding a number of rookies to start the 2014 season, I thought it would be fun to track them all throughout the year. I will be breaking down their performances statistically, trying to identify trends, areas of weakness and strength, signs of progression and regression etc. I will be giving my... Read more »

Minor Madness - Can Charlotte carry 28 pitchers?

This time of year, there are always more players in the organization than there is room for on active major and minor league rosters.  If you attempt a depth chart for the April-starting affiliates (Class A and up), even leaving out the guys likely to be in rookie ball (which starts in June), you end... Read more »

Prospect Perspective: Pitcher Scott Carroll on the Tommy John Process

***The following article was written by Scott Carroll, a Chicago White Sox pitching prospect, as a guest of FutureSox.  This is our second in a series of articles written by the players themselves.  In this one, Scott tells us what it’s like for a pitcher to go through a major surgery and recovery while trying to... Read more »

One Week In - What We've Learned

The first week of minor league games is in the books now, and despite the very small sample size, we’ve already learned a lot.  The stats don’t tell much of a story yet – far too early for that.  But the roster announcements, and then the first few games for each affiliate, do tell us... Read more »
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