Does Abreu truly have a ‘lifetime’ deal? We’ll find out, as he tests free agency for the first time.
One out of two is pretty bad, SI.
The true prospect on this list is Gavin Sheets, who enjoyed his best power season to date this year at pitching-friendly Regions Field in Birmingham.
The entire class of free agent and trade acquisitions for the White Sox in 2019 contributed just 3.9 bWAR.
No, that is not a typo.
Some hardware for both Early Wynn and Jeff Torborg highlight the day.
With a depth chart boasting Vaughn, Zangari and Osik, first base is in good hands at the A level.
Two huge hires, 30 years apart, led to big stretches of White Sox success.
While there’s nobody here that is a Top 30 organizational prospect as of yet, there are a couple of interesting bats worth watching here — especially with Great Falls.
Yoán Moncada is destined to be a star on the South Side for a long, long time.
Photo: Clinton Cole (@CDCole55)/South Side Hit Pen
It was the celebration we all had waited our entire lives for.
A busy day in White Sox history is headlined by the news that we all waited our lifetimes for.
Geoff Blum got it done — with a save from Mark Buehrle.
After Yasmani Grandal, this year’s crop of backstops is … lacking.
Not as much to report on the AL manager rumor mill, with just one opening left. But let’s rant about it a bit, anyway.
James McCann had a surprisingly great year for the White Sox in 2019, even punching a ticket to this year’s All-Star Game. What’s next for McCann and the White Sox in 2020?
Judging from the size of the crowd and the overwhelmingly favorable feedback heard at the event, it was a great night for the city of Kannapolis and its baseball team.
Nineteen years ago today, the White Sox installed the architect of the 2005 champions as GM.
There’s a catching logjam at the top of the system, and the White Sox are hoping at least one major league backstop can emerge from it.
Another miracle day, marked by two homers — one expected and one most improbable.
Meet our newest writer, bringing some humor and attitude to the crew … Colleen Sullivan!
Joe Girardi can only be hired by one team … we think.
With his mix of offensive competence and defensive strength, Carlos Perez stands out as our top A-ball catcher.
A glorious win in the opener of the 2005 World Series, 14 years ago today.
Due to the number of White Sox rookie league teams, each catcher gets relatively little playing time, with the DSL White Sox backstops looking sharpest.
Happy birthday, Soupy!
Another outright steal for Frank Lane.
This article delves into the left-handed relief options available this offseason; as in most years, the pickings are slim.
Ladies and gentlemen, eight years after hitting No. 1, rocking Comiskey Park, it’s … Steam!
Bummer’s combination of low salary, years of team control and performance should make him a key contributor to future competitive squads on the South Side.
Happy 50th birthday, Chris Tremie!
There are some major league (and experienced) arms at Charlotte, but the two most enticing southpaws in the White Sox system may reside in Birmingham.
Paul Konerko’s unassisted out at first clinched a fourth straight win, fourth straight complete game, and World Series berth in 2005.
The Winston-Salem southpaw bullpen arms are especially interesting — especially Andrew Perez and Jacob Lindgren.
World title No. 2 is in the books!
The rookie corps of southpaws, especially at Great Falls and AZL, showed a lot of promise in 2019.
A historic, unique, first-time World Series win for the White Sox!
Meet our 17th writer, guitarist, power bat, and serious concessions patron Scott Reichard!
Yoán Moncada and Lucas Giolito are the clear highlights of the next step of the rebuild.
Pat Kelly was so good with the White Sox, he turned a 0.0 bWAR season in 1973 into an All-Star Game appearance.
It was the dropped third strike heard ’round the world.
There are five 1.0 WAR-plus righty relievers out there this offseason … and a ton of bullpen projects after that.
Where it all began for the White Sox … and where Jeff Torborg’s successful reign ended.
Metrics don’t take kindly to pitchers like Colomé. Despite a mostly solid relieving career to date in which he’s posted 126 saves, he’s amassed only a 6.7 bWAR. With that said, there’s something to be said for Colomé being a relatively calming influence in the clubhouse.
The credentials are there. Here’s hoping that Menechino is ready to launch the White Sox’s offense to new heights.
It was an American Invasion, as the White Sox and Giants hit Liverpool.
A “popular and well-known team,” the 1910s White Sox, threw it all away for a little bit of money — and we live with their original sin to this day.
Many of the top organizational bullpen arms finished the season with Birmingham and Charlotte this year. Hopefully with a little luck, some of these arms could be fixtures in the White Sox bullpen for years to come.
One devastating loss, and one season-saving win, in postseasons 74 years apart.
Even though none rank in MLB Pipeline’s Top 30 White Sox Prospect list, there is indeed some quality under-the-radar talent here. In fact, the strength of the Kannapolis squad this year may well have been its right-handed relief corps.
Heartbreak in 1983 … hope in 1993.
Let’s take a look at the Top 15 rookie league righties, focusing on five at each affiliate.
El Duque forever! An INCREDIBLE pitching performance from Orlando Hernandez highlights the day.
Heartbreaking losses, including two late pennant eliminations in the 1900s, mark the day.
Go figure, the AFL-worst Desert Dogs host the AFL-best Saguaros, and … Glendale wins!
Three playoff games (two wins!) but One Massive Retirement highlight the day.
Plentiful left-handed starter options should be available this offseason. Let’s take a look at ’em.
The beginning of a rebuild, 70 years ago … and the end of a ribald era.
It would be great to see Rodón finally reach his potential at some point in a White Sox uniform, no matter how likely it is.
The day the music died? Sure, but the White Sox clinched one of their pennants on this day, too.
Although the majority of players on this list are essentially organizational depth, there are a couple pitchers who could turn out to be something more.
October 2 is a pitcher’s day in White Sox annals … aside from a certain, high profile beer bath.
Deep Dive: Winston-Salem and Kannapolis left-handed starters
Featuring the highest-ranked southpaw in the system (Konnor Pilkington), there are several other left-handed arms in Single-A who are worth watching as well.
A blowout win in Game 1 of the World Series forever headlines news of this day.
Some people only want to see Tim for his shortcomings. But you know what? At the end of the day, he’s a batting champion and they’re not.