Posts tagged "jared mitchell"

Morning M*A*S*H* Unit

Morning M*A*S*H* Unit
A return to a tie for 1st place combined with a return to form from Captain Mufasa himself and an upcoming Wednesday afternoon date with Nick Blackburn offers a host of immediate delights for White Sox fans. The White Sox plane crashed into the mountain this past weekend, and now two days, two wins, six... Read more »

Q & A with White Sox prospect Jared Mitchell

Q & A with White Sox prospect Jared Mitchell
Thanks to Marty Maloney and the White Sox PR staff, Friday afternoon offered another opportunity for bloggers to interview a member of the White Sox organization.  This time it was 2009 1st round draft pick Jared Mitchell, former LSU two-sport star, and currently the starting center fielder for the AA Birmingham Barons. After tearing a... Read more »

Impressions from blogger call with Buddy Bell

Impressions from blogger call with Buddy Bell
Friday afternoon, us blogger scum got the chance to talk with White Sox Vice President and Director of Player Development, Buddy Bell.  If there is a better guy to talk about White Sox prospects with than Bell…well, then he really should promote himself better. Naturally, the conversation between Bell and the White Sox blogosphere was... Read more »
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Large second wave of roster cuts set to make things fun

Large second wave of roster cuts set to make things fun
Perhaps setting a precedent that all games in which the White Sox get shutout will be followed by a third of the roster being cut, 14 players were sent packing from major league camp Monday. Alright, so perhaps this day was selected weeks ahead of time and several lockers were cleared out prior to the... Read more »

First round of obvious Spring Training cuts....and senryus!

First round of obvious Spring Training cuts....and senryus!
They say that the first cut is the deepest. “They”, are clearly referring to a different type of cut, because the first round of Spring Training cuts are easy.  Maybe they’re a bit harder for teams with real prospects, but with the White Sox, the first round of cuts only purged from the major league camp... Read more »

How are they doing?: Taking a look at meaningless Spring Training numbers

Did you want a rundown of the first-week Spring Training performance of every player I could think of?  Well, here it is.  Click the title to read at Southside Showdown.
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Everyone's working on fastball command

Everyone's working on fastball command
The White Sox got shelled again Wednesday, and lost the Brewers 10-6.  By the top of the 4th inning, both Jake Peavy and Dylan Axelrod had been knocked around, Jordan Danks had ran into a fence, and it was 8-0 Milwaukee. The White Sox will lose as many Spring Training games as it takes for... Read more »

White Sox Open Spring Training and....welp, not too bad

White Sox Open Spring Training and....welp, not too bad
The White Sox returned to competitive baseballing on Monday, losing somewhat blandly 6-4 to the Los Angeles Dodgers. But it was baseball all the same; the languid yet steady pace that allows for equal parts enjoyment and reflection, the simplicity yet intense skill of every defensive play…it’s all so great to see again Or perhaps... Read more »

Pitchers & Catchers - Forced to interact!

Pitchers & Catchers - Forced to interact!
[Edit: It has come to my attention that White Sox pitchers and catchers don't actually report until tomorrow, February 23rd.  By "come to my attention", I mean that every other Sox blogger I read was operating under the correct date, and I inexplicably opted to go with the information from some website dedicated to Spring Training... Read more »
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Reinsdorf tries clear out the fuss so everyone can focus on non-roster invites

Reinsdorf tries clear out the fuss so everyone can focus on non-roster invites
There had been some word of trouble on the horizon.  Specifically… @OzzieGuillen I will kill peoples fellings no mercy i turn the page but they no let me a long then get ready going to be bad 20 Jan via Twitter for iPad In response to that, Jerry Reinsdorf–probably the very best man for the job of... Read more »