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White Sox Minor League News & Notes - November 2017

White Sox Minor League News & Notes - November 2017
Welcome to the latest edition of our News and Notes, covering the White Sox minor leagues. During the season this article runs weekly, but from October through February it will be closer to monthly. This article covers all the news and updates for the current month. Offseason or not, there has been plenty of activity... Read more »

40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the Rule 5 Draft

40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the Rule 5 Draft
A world series has been won, qualifying offers have been extended and free agents can officially put ink to paper with clubs. The major league baseball off-season is upon us. The White Sox have embarked on a rebuild and while much of the heavy lifting occurred last season, the team-building must continue. The organization has... Read more »

Season in Review: 2017 Charlotte Knights

Season in Review: 2017 Charlotte Knights
Team: Charlotte Knights League: International League (AAA) Final record: 61-81 overall (35-36 Home, 26-45 Away) Final placement: Last (4th) in IL South Division  Complete 2017 Team Stats On paper, the Charlotte Knights looked like they were destined for lots of success in 2017, as they boasted the number one prospect in all of baseball (Yoan Moncada) and five of... Read more »
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White Sox Minor League News and Notes - Sept. 6

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - Sept. 6
In this final regular season edition of the White Sox Minor League News and Notes for 2017, most of the affiliates completed their seasons, several prospects earn post-season honors and some additional call-ups are made to the big league level. In addition, we will update you on the rest of the happenings, news, notes and transactions... Read more »

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - August 14

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - August 14
In this edition of the White Sox Minor League News and Notes, Reynaldo Lopez makes his White Sox debut, Eloy Jimenez has remained hot at the plate since being acquired last month, and Michael Kopech continues his dominance of the Southern League. In addition, we will update you on the rest of the happenings, news, notes... Read more »

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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White Sox Minor League News and Notes - May 30

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - May 30
In this post-Memorial Day edition of the White Sox Minor League News and Notes, OF Luis Robert officially inks his contract with the White Sox, RHP Lucas Giolito throws a no-hitter and RHP Alec Hansen K’s 15 batters. In addition, we will get you caught up on the happenings, news, notes and transactions regarding the White Sox minor leaguers... Read more »

White Sox Prospect Hot List, 5/16-22

White Sox Prospect Hot List, 5/16-22
After a two week hiatus while we focused on affiliate visit content, the hot list is back. Let’see who has been hot on the White Sox farm in the past week of games (or a little longer in some cases)… Charlotte Knights With Yoan Moncada out of the lineup and the usual power bats scuffling,... Read more »

Q&A with six Charlotte Knights

Q&A with six Charlotte Knights
While visiting the three North Carolina affiliates of the White Sox, in addition to getting video and analyzing the prospects, we conducted interviews with players and coaches. Lots of them, in fact. Below are some highlights from the conversations we had in Charlotte with the Knights, where we spoke with the team’s pitching coach and five... Read more »
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Good, bad, ugly - high round picks in the White Sox minors

Good, bad, ugly - high round picks in the White Sox minors
The MLB draft is like baseball Hanukkah. Your team gets a present, uh, prospect every round, the odds against them are incredible, and the whole thing is stretched out over several days. The draft itself is spread out over 40 rounds, and with 30 teams, that ends up being hundreds and hundreds of players. Only... Read more »
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