Tag: Tim Anderson

Weekly Eloy Jimenez Appreciation Post

Weekly Eloy Jimenez Appreciation Post
Congratulations to all Sox fans: Eloy is back. After missing 10 games with a left adductor strain, he is risen from the disabled list and returned to the field of play. So far, he is 6-17 in three games since then, with two doubles and a home run. Overall on the season, Jimenez is hitting... Read more »

FutureSox Quasi-Mock Draft: The Road Map to Pick #4

Who the White Sox will take tonight at #4 overall is pretty much a mystery to the draftniks and the prognosticators leading up to the pick. Though the thought is Madrigal or Singer, last year the thought was Jeren Kendall and JB Bukauskas – both players the Sox were entirely out on the week of... Read more »

Fool Me Once: Good seasons by OK prospects, Part 2

Fool Me Once: Good seasons by OK prospects, Part 2
Welcome back for Part Two in a sometimes depressing two-part series, in which I cast a nostalgic gaze back upon the recent history of White Sox minor league baseball, remember the prospects that had good years, and then remember the less good years by those prospects that were almost sure to follow. Part One, covering the late unpleasantness of... Read more »
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Conference Call with Rick Hahn

Conference Call with Rick Hahn
White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn was kind enough to host a conference call for several White Sox blogs, including FutureSox. Here are some of the highlights from the call. On the upcoming International Amateur Signing Period (July 2nd): Hahn said that they would “certainly” consider going past the signing limitations and incurring the tax... Read more »

Exclusive Interviews: Rick Hahn and Chris Getz from SoxFest (video)

Exclusive Interviews: Rick Hahn and Chris Getz from SoxFest (video)
While at SoxFest over last weekend, I was fortunate to get some time with White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn and new Director of Player Development, Chris Getz. Starting with Hahn, Rick and I talked about the decision point for the pivot to the rebuild, the future positional homes for Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada, some... Read more »

Q&A with White Sox Hitting Coach Todd Steverson

Q&A with White Sox Hitting Coach Todd Steverson
Spring Training will begin in less than a month, but sixteen young White Sox hitters already have a tuneup under their belts. In an annual tradition, the best and brightest White Sox position prospects convened at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona for a hitters’ “mini-camp”. The camp was heavily attended by members of the White... Read more »
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Season in Review: 2016 Charlotte Knights

Season in Review: 2016 Charlotte Knights
The 2016 season looked to be a promising one for Charlotte, as the opening day roster included six of the organization’s top 30 prospects, including five on offense/defense led by pre-season top prospect Tim Anderson at short. Unfortunately, due to injuries within the team and at the major league level, team continuity never existed as... Read more »

White Sox Prospects of the Month - May 2016

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 »

Exclusive Interview with White Sox Assistant GM Buddy Bell

Exclusive Interview with White Sox Assistant GM Buddy Bell
Here at Future Sox we try to speak one-on-one with White Sox personnel on a regular basis, to provide an avenue to contextualize what’s going on in the minds of decision makers. Yesterday, White Sox Vice President and Assistant General Manager Buddy Bell was kind enough to speak with me over the phone, and gave... Read more »
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The development of Tim Anderson, hitter

The development of Tim Anderson, hitter
As Spring Training was about to open at Camelback Ranch in February, Tim Anderson was nominally in competition for the Opening Day starting job at shortstop for the White Sox. He wasn’t the most likely candidate for it, with Tyler Saladino and perhaps Carlos Sanchez ahead of him. Then the team signed Jimmy Rollins, and... Read more »
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