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Season in Review: 2019 Great Falls Voyagers

Season in Review: 2019 Great Falls Voyagers
Team: Great Falls Voyagers League: Pioneer Rookie League Final record: 34-40, 15-22 (1st half), 19-18 (2nd half) Final placement: 3rd place in the North Division  Full Team Stats The Great Falls Voyagers have made the playoffs in 11 of the past 13 seasons but missed out on the post-season this year. The White Sox’s advanced... Read more »

Just Missed - prospects outside the Midseason 2019 Top 30

Just Missed - prospects outside the Midseason 2019 Top 30
Welcome to Rankings Week, midseason 2019! Twice a year, we rank the top prospects in the White Sox system. The schedule of events looks like this: Monday: The Just Missed article (this one), Rankings Debate for Patreon subscribers! Tuesday: Prospects ranked #16-30, with capsules, Full List for Patreon subscribers! Wednesday: The FULL LIST, with 1-15... Read more »

2019 Affiliate Preview: Great Falls Voyagers

2019 Affiliate Preview: Great Falls Voyagers
The Great Falls Voyagers opened their season Friday, June 14th at home against Missoula. The Pioneer League affiliate is one of two rookie-level clubs in the White Sox organization. The team in Montana typically is populated with the more polished rookie leaguers, often recent college draft choices (the younger, prep and less polished prospects usually go to... Read more »
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2019 White Sox Draft Review: Observations and Takeaways

2019 White Sox Draft Review: Observations and Takeaways
Taking the Best Player Available Decision makers in every sport speak endlessly and emphatically about how imperative it is for their club to select the “best player on the board” when determining how to spend a draft pick. While it’s subjective and arbitrary, the Chicago White Sox did just that on the first night of... Read more »

A Shifting Draft Strategy and Potential 2nd Round Targets

A Shifting Draft Strategy and Potential 2nd Round Targets
***NOTE: This content was originally published on our Patreon Page, where our Patrons got early access to it. If you want to join up to get early access to content, exclusive videos and Q&A (some of which won’t ever go up on our main site), the ability to ask questions for future player interviews and... Read more »

Just Missed - Prospects outside the Preseason Top 30

Just Missed - Prospects outside the Preseason Top 30
Welcome to Rankings Week, 2019! Twice a year, we rank the top prospects in the White Sox system. The schedule of events looks like this: Tuesday: The Just Missed article (this one) Wednesday: Prospects ranked #16-30, with capsules Thursday: The FULL LIST, with capsules for #1-15 Friday: Writers’ roundtable discussion of the rankings The White... Read more »
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Things to Dream On

Things to Dream On
“He’s physically gifted, he moves very well, good hands, strong arm, very mature for his age. Nice polished swing. He’s got some power potential. Certainly a lot of things to dream on and look forward to in the future with him,” said White Sox Director of Player Development Chris Getz when asked about 2018 fourth... Read more »

Top White Sox Prospects by Position - Shortstops

Top White Sox Prospects by Position - Shortstops
Welcome to another entry in a new offseason article series here at FutureSox. Seperate from our twice-annual Top 30 White Sox Prospects lists, we are going to list the top five or ten minor leaguers in the White Sox system at each position on the field. This article covers the top five shortstops in the system.... Read more »

Season in Review: 2018 AZL White Sox

Season in Review: 2018 AZL White Sox
Team: AZL White Sox League: Arizona League (Rk) Final record: 30-26 overall (14-14 1st half, 16-12 2nd half) Final placement: 4th in 1st half, 3rd in 2nd half in Central Division. Missed a wild card spot by a half game. Complete Team Stats The U.S. affiliate at the lowest developmental level, the AZL White Sox are typically (and this... Read more »
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Preview: White Sox Fall Instructs

Preview: White Sox Fall Instructs
The regular and post-season games have ended for all seven White Sox affiliates in 2018. Three teams went to the playoffs, and one of those won a league championship (Great Falls). Now we move into the off-season. Players have scattered to the four winds, but some will breeze back to the team’s Camelback Ranch facility... Read more »
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