Tag: Hector Santiago

40-Man Roster Decisions, Eligibility and The Rule 5 Draft Implications

40-Man Roster Decisions, Eligibility and The Rule 5 Draft Implications
The 2019 Major League Baseball season has culminated with the Washington Nationals winning their first World Series. Qualifying Offers will soon be extended and free agents have started officially filing for freedom. This is an off-season of great significance for the Chicago White Sox and the decision makers have already begun trimming the edges of... Read more »

Season in Review: 2019 Charlotte Knights

Season in Review: 2019 Charlotte Knights
Team: Charlotte Knights League: International League (AAA) Final record: 75-64 Final placement: 2nd place in International League South Division; missed playoffs. Final Team Stats The Charlotte Knights led the International League in attendance and provided the locals with much excitement in the Queen City. A playoff berth was on the line until the very end... Read more »

Do Not Go Gentle: Knights lose, but still have fun

Do Not Go Gentle: Knights lose, but still have fun
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hector Santiago threw a major-league-caliber start and Luis Robert showed why he belongs in another city that starts “Ch,” but the Charlotte Knights dropped this one 5-3 to the Pawtucket Red Sox on Friday night. The Sox signed old friend Santiago to a minor league contract near the end of June; of... Read more »
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White Sox Minor League News & Notes, 2/5 to 3/5

White Sox Minor League News & Notes, 2/5 to 3/5
Spring Training is well underway in (usually) sunny Arizona. We gave you a guide for what to look for at Camelback in regards to prospects in our preview around mid-February. Cactus League games are underway and the auditions for major league jobs are as well, though a cloud of injury concerns has hung over the... Read more »

Winter Leagues Results for Sox Prospects and Players

***UPDATED 2:49pm CT to include Carlos Sanchez*** The Caribbean Winter Leagues have finished their regular seasons, so let’s take a peek at how some players in the White Sox organization did down south.  For a more in-depth look at which players were playing and why, you can also check out the previous article posted early midway through the winter... Read more »

White Sox Winter League Updates

With the Arizona Fall League season completed, let’s check in on some other White Sox players and prospects playing in the Caribbean winter leagues.  The Sox have about 20 players scattered around the various teams and leagues, who are there for a variety of reasons.  Some to get work in after a shortened season, some... Read more »
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2012 Preseason Top 25 White Sox Prospects

2012 Preseason Top 25 White Sox Prospects
The 2011-2012 offseason has seen some significant changes for the White Sox and that certainly includes the minor league system. The changes haven't been dramatic enough to turn a weak farm system into a strong one, but there are definitely some intriguing new players to watch. Pitching depth has improved markedly, but position player depth is still abysmal. Even a shallow system like the Sox have is not fully devoid of talent...

FutureSox 2011 Midseason Top 25 Prospects

FutureSox 2011 Midseason Top 25 Prospects
FutureSox publishes multiple editions of top prospect lists each year. The list is created by a voting system, much like AP college sports rankings, with the votes coming from six of our knowledgeable prospect gurus. We got a little behind this year and missed our preseason list, but here now is the latest edition of the FutureSox Top 25... Read more »

Hot and Cold 5/26-6/2

This weeks installment of Hot and Cold features a scuffling catcher who’s just been promoted to High-A, plus everyone’s new favorite screwball pitcher. Hot Hitter: Andy Wilkins, 1B, A+ Andy Wilkins was one of my favorite picks from the 2010 draft, and after a slow start to the season, he’s picked up his form of... Read more »
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FutureSox Prospects of the Month: May 2011

April was a month to forget for the White Sox organization, but May was much better. The big league club put together a winning month (16-13) as did three of the minor league affiliates. Birmingham and Winston-Salem came in at 15-13 in May while Charlotte went 14-13. Kannapolis had the only losing record of the... Read more »
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