Tag: Kevin Escorcia

No Sweep For You: Dash pull out a win in the last game of the series

No Sweep For You: Dash pull out a win in the last game of the series
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash bats finally broke back out, picking up 14 hits as starter Jorgan Cavanerio tossed his fourth excellent outing in five starts. Winston was able to avoid the sweep, beating the Wilmington Blue Rocks in the final game of their three-game series, 9-3. Cavanerio has been solid all season since signing in... Read more »

Winston Gets the Wilmington Blues: Dash fall to Blue Rocks 4-1

Winston Gets the Wilmington Blues: Dash fall to Blue Rocks 4-1
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash were unable to summon a strong offense against top Royals pitching prospect Kyle Bubic and Konnor Pilkington ran into a home run problem he previously did not have, as the team fell 4-1 to the Wilmington Blue Rocks on Wednesday night. There have been some struggles at the plate in... Read more »

Weekend Cleaning: Dash swept by Woodpeckers on Saturday

Weekend Cleaning: Dash swept by Woodpeckers on Saturday
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It was a rough day at the plate and on the mound for the Dash, and as you might be able to guess, two negatives did not form a positive and the Dash were swept by the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, dropping the final game in the set 6-2. The first three Winston-Salem pitchers... Read more »
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Two Dingers Too Many To Overcome: Dash fall to the Pelicans 4-3

Two Dingers Too Many To Overcome: Dash fall to the Pelicans 4-3
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Steele Walker provided the offense for the Dash and Kade McClure was very good through five but not through six as the team fell 4-3 to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans to even out the series.  McClure has done nothing but perform at each level of the minors he’s stopped at, AZL, Great Falls,... Read more »

The Dash Claw Back, but Not Enough: Winston drops their second straight in the 10th inning

The Dash Claw Back, but Not Enough: Winston drops their second straight in the 10th inning
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Baseball is a very hard game to play and that was apparent throughout Saturday’s Dash game. At the plate, they were no-hit until the fourth inning before turning things on, and on the mound, it was whatever the opposite of a no-hitter is. Zach Lewis was a solid starter the past two... Read more »

The Dash aren't rained out (for once); Play two, win two

The Dash aren't rained out (for once); Play two, win two
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash experienced a hopefully unprecedented six straight rain-related cancellations or postponements over the weekend (doubleheaders kept being scheduled, only to be rained out). So it was good to see the team back on a baseball diamond and not sinking into the bog, never to be seen again. It was a brutal... Read more »
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The Dash Have Found Their Bats: Frost stays hot, Remillard does his thing, George clears the bases

The Dash Have Found Their Bats: Frost stays hot, Remillard does his thing, George clears the bases
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Dash seem to have found their groove at the plate, frying the Mudcats 10-5 and scoring at least six runs in six straight. Good pitching stayed good and the usual players mashed the usual hits. Starting pitcher Cristian Castillo’s first inning might have been his roughest. Speedster Wes Rogers, who stole... Read more »

A Winter League Unlike the Rest: Recap, Results and Culture

A Winter League Unlike the Rest: Recap, Results and Culture
While local reports describe weather across the Midwest at the tail end of January as “bitterly cold,” I’m doing my best to put myself in a spring-like mood. I tried to tie in some sort of “escape the cold” metaphor as it relates to the conclusion of the Winter Leagues in Venezuela, Mexico and the Dominican Republic,... Read more »

White Sox Minor Leaguers in the Winter Leagues

White Sox Minor Leaguers in the Winter Leagues
Chicago just got its first measurable snow of the winter, and the White Sox are in full offseason roster change mode. But for some minor leaguers, winter means more baseball. Each offseason, a handful or dozen prospects elect to play in one of the winter leagues in the Caribbean or even as far away as... Read more »
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40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the 2018 Rule 5 Draft

40-Man Roster Decisions: Players Eligible for the 2018 Rule 5 Draft
The 2018 Major League Baseball season has culminated in the Boston Red Sox winning another World Series. Qualifying Offers have been extended and free agency is underway across baseball. The off-season is upon us and the team-building must continue for the White Sox. The organization has amassed a lot of talent but as is the... Read more »
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