Posts tagged "Winston-Salem Dash"

FutureSox Podcast: Nick Hostetler speaks and a game of over/under

FutureSox Podcast: Nick Hostetler speaks and a game of over/under
Rob and Brian start the show with a game of over/under featuring White Sox prospects, they answer Twitter questions from the @FutureSox Twitter feed and White Sox Scouting Director Nick Hostetler calls in to talk about the MLB draft (34:45). Listen below, or you can subscribe via iTunes or Podomatic… Want to know right away... Read more »

Top White Sox Prospect Report, 4/14

Top White Sox Prospect Report, 4/14
Primer: The Top Prospect Report is a new weekly piece here at FutureSox highlighting the top prospects in the system. More specifically, it will cover the top 15 prospects as classified by their most recent FS ranking. This can serve as your one-stop shop to see weekly and season stat lines for all the high-end... Read more »

Week One: Wearing small-sample-size-colored glasses

Editor’s note: We’ve changed our daily content format for 2017, and will no longer be doing daily game recaps. Instead, we will provide content more focused on the news and info that our readers have asked about, specifically covering the prospects. On Thursdays, Julie Brady will serve as our new “columnist”, providing a higher-level view... Read more »
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Projecting the org depth chart - post-shopping closet cleanup

Projecting the org depth chart - post-shopping closet cleanup
Some of our readers and followers have been asking us on social media which prospects will open with which affiliates. We don’t know for sure of course, nor does anyone yet, even the White Sox. Spring Training will shake out a lot of question marks, and there’s typically a wave of releases and minor trades in March... Read more »

Projecting the org depth chart - like cleaning out your closet

Projecting the org depth chart - like cleaning out your closet
At this point, it seems unlikely the White Sox will make many more moves that substantially effect the farm this offseason, either by addition or subtraction. Surely there will be a few more minor league free agent org guys signed over the winter, and February will see the usual small wave of releases and trades... Read more »

Game Story: Winston-Salem Dash 5/27/2015, with Video and Scouting Notes

On May 27th, we had a live look at the Winston-Salem Dash. In this matchup, the Dash took on the Lynchburg Hillcats (Indians’ Affiliate). Robin Leyer started for the Dash, while Luis Lugo took the mound for the Hillcats. The Hillcats’ lineup features considerably more thump in the form of notable prospects Clint Frazier, Bradley... Read more »
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An Unheralded Duo: Evaluating Andre Wheeler and Jordan Guerrero

A-ball teammates at Kannapolis, Andre Wheeler and Jordan Guerrero split their starting pitching appearances throughout the 2014 season. This tandem program, if you will, was largely conducted in an effort to develop both pitchers. Wheeler, a converted outfielder from college, needed in-game repetitions. Similarly, Guerrero needed repetitions as he was coming back from an injury suffered in July... Read more »

2014 Winston-Salem Dash season preview

The minor league season is upon us! Just minutes from the scheduled posting of this final season preview, the minor league baseball season will be underway. The Winston-Salem Dash, the High-A Carolina League affiliate of the White Sox, open at home against Wilmington with J.B. Wendelken taking the mound. The Opening Day ages of the... Read more »

The Life of a Minor League Broadcaster

We’ve been covering the White Sox minor league system for over a decade, focusing almost exclusvely on the players.  Even our recent guest pieces were written by the players themselves.  But if you want to understand how the system really works, you also need to understand the important roles played by the teams’ front offices.... Read more »
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2013 Winston-Salem season in review

The Winston-Salem Dash are traditionally contenders in the Carolina League, but this season they failed to make the playoffs. The Dash were 38-32 in the first half and 33-37 second half to complete a wholly mediocre season. It would be a mistake to not start by mentioning the league’s MVP, Chris Curley. He’s 26 so... Read more »
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