Tag: Brandon Hynick

Ryan Buch Promoted to Winston-Salem

In the first major promotion of the year for a White Sox prospect that wasn’t a reliever, Ryan Buch has been moved up to Winston-Salem. Buch’s promotion falls in line with a series of starting pitcher moves in the last week. On Friday Brandon Hynick was traded to the Reds for cash, Matt Zaleski took... Read more »

Hot and Cold 5/5-5/11

The Charlotte Knights’ offense is heating up and this week another resurgent prospect followed Tyler Flowers’ lead and took the hot hitter spot. On the flip side, a pair of Knights’ teammates are struggling to get things going this year. Hot Hitter: Jordan Danks, CF, AAA Last week it was Tyler Flowers, this week Danks... Read more »

Charlotte Knights Season Preview

As the 2011 Minor League season kicks off, it’s time we take a quick look at each of the White Sox’ minor league affiliates, starting today with the Charlotte Knights. The Charlotte Knights are the Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and they compete in the International League.   2010 in review: Last year... Read more »

Hot and Cold 8/5-8/11

When you have a player who posts a 1.349 OPS and doesn’t make it as the hot hitter of the week, you know it’s been a good week on the offensive side of the ball. 

JPNese 5/25

A successful homestand for the Barons, winning 6 out of 10. Good news most of the time, but when you were 8-26 going into that 10 gamer, things are still bleak. I managed to catch all ten games, the five against Mobile were played in three days due to a rainout and a scheduled double... Read more »

2010 FutureSox Preview: Right-handed starters, Part I

Our 2010 preview continues with starters from the right side. Since there are so many, we start with those in the high minors, highlighted by Dan Hudson. Best prospect: Dan Hudson 2009 in review:  Hudson was one of the big breakout prospects in all of baseball. He pitched in five levels, finishing the season in... Read more »

2009 Postseason Top 25 Prospects

The minor league season is over after a dreadful 1-10 combined playoff record from four White Sox affiliates. With that, it’s time to kick off our season in review coverage with our Postseason Top 25 Prospects. Per usual, we had a combination of eight FutureSox writers and people who follow the Sox minor league system... Read more »
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