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White Sox Minor League News and Notes, January 2019

White Sox Minor League News and Notes, January 2019
I think everyone might’ve given up on Carson Fulmer too soon. I for one gave up on him last year, making a point to highlight his struggles whenever I came across them (frequently), and at 25 years old, the dreaded bust label looks like it’s beginning to stick. To be fair, the stats say you’re... Read more »

Season in Review: 2018 Kannapolis Intimidators

Season in Review: 2018 Kannapolis Intimidators
Team: Kannapolis Intimidators League: South Atlantic League (A) Final record: 74-63 overall (39-28 1st half, 35-35 2nd half) Final placement: 2nd in 1st half, 4th in 2nd half in Northern Division, wild card winner. Lost in 1st round of playoffs. Complete Team Stats The White Sox’ Class A affiliate had gone from 2009 to 2016 without a postseason appearance. But... Read more »

Prebuild Prospects: A dig through recent history

Prebuild Prospects: A dig through recent history
Eloy Jimenez, Luis Robert, Michael Kopech – if we hadn’t been so scarred by years of desolation, it would almost be hard to remember a time before the Sox farm system was so deep. Madrigal, Basabe, Cease. Even the rest-of-season DL is stacked – Burger, Burdi, potentially Dunning. But remember the days when Brent Morel... Read more »
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White Sox Prospect Hot List, 5/29

White Sox Prospect Hot List, 5/29
Some fun storylines emerged in the last week on the farm. Matt Skole got his first promotion to the big leagues at 28 years old, Barons hitters just keeping bashing, Dash pitchers have turned the tables and are leading the way, and the Intimidators can’t seem to lose. Let’s look at some of the individual... Read more »

Youth is Used Pretty Well, Actually, By the Young

Youth is Used Pretty Well, Actually, By the Young
There are suddenly a bunch of talented post-teens playing major league baseball and making everyone feel bad about themselves. Juan Soto, currently the only actual teenager in big league baseball, hit a three-run home run on the first pitch of the first at-bat in his first game started for the Nationals. Ronald Acuña, who turned... Read more »

2018 Kannapolis Intimidators Preview

2018 Kannapolis Intimidators Preview
The Class A Kannapolis Intimidators opened South Atlantic League play on Thursday, April 5th at home against Lakewood, and as of this writing are 1-1. The team is managed by Justin Jirschele, who even in his second year as the team’s leader is only 27 years old. Last year he was the youngest manager in all... Read more »
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Winter Leagues Review – How White Sox Prospects Performed

Winter Leagues Review – How White Sox Prospects Performed
The White Sox had 16 minor leaguers play in the islands over the course of the winter. While you spent most of the last few months freezing, these players were honing their craft in balmy climates such as the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. So add that to the list of ways your life doesn’t compare... Read more »

Winter Leagues Preview - focus on White Sox prospects

Winter Leagues Preview - focus on White Sox prospects
The current focus on the offseason leagues for prospects is on the Arizona Fall League and the Fall Instructional League, both of which are well underway (and you can follow those links to our previews). But the foreign winter leagues are just getting started, with some not even open yet. There are at least 17... Read more »

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - August 30

White Sox Minor League News and Notes - August 30
In this edition of the White Sox Minor League News and Notes, Lucas Giolito earns his first major league win, the K’s keep coming for Michael Kopech at Triple-A, 3B Jake Burger hits for the cycle and Arizona Fall League rosters are announced. In addition, we will update you on the rest of the happenings, news,... Read more »
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The Children Are Our Future(Sox)

The Children Are Our Future(Sox)
Manny Machado was the first player to make it to the majors who was younger than I was at the time. I knew he was coming up and was forced to examine my youth in relation to the ceaseless nature of eternity. After this happened, I realized, it would never stop. Players younger than me... Read more »
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