Tag: Jonathan Stiever

After Robert and Madrigal, Who's up Next?

After Robert and Madrigal, Who's up Next?
Come mid-April, an interesting thing will happen in the White Sox organization. The majority of attention will turn from the farm system to the major league team. With Dylan Cease, Michael Kopech, Luis Robert, Nick Madrigal and Eloy Jimenez in the big leagues, the farm system will not be the main attraction of the organization for the... Read more »

Season in Review: 2019 Winston-Salem Dash

Season in Review: 2019 Winston-Salem Dash
Team: Winston-Salem Dash League: Carolina League (A+) Overall record: 72-61 (First half: 38-26, 2nd place; Second half: 34-35, 4th place) Final placement: 2nd place Carolina League Southern Division, missed playoffs Final Team Stats Far removed are we from the days of Luis Robert terrorizing Carolina League play with his .920 slugging percentage and 1.432 OPS... Read more »

Fieldside Chats: A conversation with Jonathan Stiever

Fieldside Chats: A conversation with Jonathan Stiever
Winston-Salem isn’t currently home to the sheer volume of top prospects as it was last year, when it saw Luis Robert, Nick Madrigal, Luis Basabe, Luis González, Micker Adolfo, Gavin Sheets, and more all play in the same lineup. This year’s roster isn’t quite so prospect-laden, but there are three players currently with the team... Read more »
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Slog Days of Summer: Stiever gets through three, eventually, as Dash lose 5-4

Slog Days of Summer: Stiever gets through three, eventually, as Dash lose 5-4
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It was Stiever Day in Winston-Salem, but Stiever Day wrapped up after just three innings, all scoreless but all equally laborious. It ended up turning into Bullpen Day, which did not go super well! Stiever’s last start saw him allow three runs through five innings, not bad by any means but not the... Read more »

2019 Midseason Rankings: TwitterBag Questions

Twitter can be a divisive place but our readers are the best! They were asked to come up with mailbag questions that correspond with rankings week. They didn’t take that opportunity for granted. Below are the questions that we were submitted and our responses to the best of our knowledge. As always, thanks for reading... Read more »

Top 30 White Sox prospects midseason 2019

Twice a year, FutureSox writers work together to produce a ranked list of the top 30 White Sox prospects. We use a voting system among the staff, then argue out specific players and rankings until we come to a final list. We release the list in two parts. Previously was the group ranked 16-30. This... Read more »
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17 Swinging Strikes: Stiever's substandard start still pretty freaking good

17 Swinging Strikes: Stiever's substandard start still pretty freaking good
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash romped through a five-run second but ended up clinging to a narrower lead as Jonathan Stiever struggled for pretty much the first time at this level, still eking out a 7-5 victory to win the series over the Carolina Mudcats. Stiever’s start was by far his worst since his promotion... Read more »

Down East Downed: Stiever two-hits the Wood Ducks in a 3-0 Dash victory

Down East Downed: Stiever two-hits the Wood Ducks in a 3-0 Dash victory
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Jonathan Stiever continued his development into one of the White Sox’s best pitching prospects on Saturday night, throwing nothing but strikes and allowing nothing to cross the plate in a 3-0 Dash two-hitter over the first-place Down East Wood Ducks. Hey @PitchingNinja, We have a new guy for you to check out.... Read more »

Unbe-Stiev-able: Jonathan Stiever is the real deal as the Dash shut out the Keys for the sweep

Unbe-Stiev-able: Jonathan Stiever is the real deal as the Dash shut out the Keys for the sweep
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — After getting swept by the Fayetteville Woodpeckers to open this homestand, the Winston-Salem Dash turned around and swept the Frederick Keys to close it, shutting them out 2-0 in the final game of the set. Jonathan Stiever seems to steal the show whenever he’s on the mound, and Tuesday night was no... Read more »
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If This Game Were the Revolutionary War, There Would Be No America: Dash lose 4-2

If This Game Were the Revolutionary War, There Would Be No America: Dash lose 4-2
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Baseball is always better in front of a packed house, even when it’s losing baseball. The Winston-Salem Dash dropped a close Independence Day game to the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, 4-2, but there were still reasons for celebration. Jonathan Stiever does many things well, I’m sure, and among these in my experience is not... Read more »
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