While an older prospect, this Swiss army knife player has a bit of Danny Mendick in him.
Offspeed mastery may be all that separates Battenfield from Triple-A — or the majors.
No White Sox farmhand jumped more levels in 2019 than Arobio.
Encountering some of his first pro setbacks in 2019, look for Henzman to right himself and see Charlotte soon.
It was a step back for Rivera in 2019, but there’s still a chance he regains true prospect status.
Parke has little prospect sizzle, but continues to put up sweet numbers in the White Sox system.
Booker booked his way to Charlotte with a hot start — then tripped badly for the rest of the year.
Danny Dopico has pretty much seen success at every pro stop he’s made.
After a promising 2018 with the Dash, Forbes struggled at Birmingham last year.
Three very strong upper-system RFs all suffered star-crossed 2019 campaigns.
The Tres Luises collectively stand as some of the brightest prospects in the organization, and none shine brighter than Robert.
Joel Booker is looking for a bounce-back season that will keep his career on track for the majors.
All three shortstops at the upper levels seem to fit the bill of utilityman profiles, but don’t have the upside of a Lenyn Sosa, Lency Delgado or Yolbert Sánchez.
With the possible exception of Camilo Quinteiro, these guys appear to be only organizational depth pieces unless they bounce back in a big way in 2020.
Nick Madrigal and Danny Mendick are, by far, the best second basemen in the White Sox system.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
For all the hand-wringing over lack of majors-ready arms in the upper levels, there are at least a few names here you’ll be seeing on the South Side soon.
Our monthly snapshots wind up with a look at the best of all eight affiliates in the final month of the season.
It was a tough year in Birmingham, but the must-watch 2019 Barons will continue as such in 2020.
It was the last week for the full-season MILB teams, with Yermín Mercedes and Lenyn Sosa hitting two bombs apiece.
The Knights’ rough week continued, but all other affiliates got victories.
Charlotte’s win puts it one up in the wild-card race, with two games remaining!
Solid pitching leads affiliates to 4-1 day … but the loss hurt, as Charlotte falls into a wild-card tie.
Jonathan Stiever keeps on looking like a top prospect, with another great start.
The big names highlight the stretch run, as Nick Madrigal and Jonathan Stiever had fantastic weeks … again.
Wrong-way Knights, heartbreaking Dash, and staying-alive Voyagers highlight the Tuesday action.
Both the Knights and Dash lost crucial, stretch-run games.
A ridiculous finale in Arizona, as well as a doubleheader sweep in Montana, paces today’s action.
A split for Charlotte, but the undercard features a ton of terrible offensive games on the farm
The upper levels all came through with wins, while the rookie classes suffered a few heartbreakers.
Solid start: Matthew Thompson had another short, strong outing in Arizona tonight. (Sean Williams/South Side Hit Pen) Charlotte Knights 4,…
Despaigne wants back on the South Side, Steele Walker keeps clubbing, and Avery Weems cruises through another Pioneer League win.
The Charlotte Bats wreck havoc in Triple-A and some brilliant pitching performances from Week 20 in MILB.
Mostly victorious showings by the affiliates, and Luis Robert continues to torture Durham’s giant bull.
The Knights win a homer-happy slugfest, taking a one-game lead in the IL wild card race.
In the five games played today, White Sox affiliates outscored their opponents by a combined 27-5 margin. Is that good?
Tanner Banks pitches a gem, Yoán Moncada rehabs like a champ and Elijah Tatís gets his groove back
Trio of doubles powers Dash to victory; everyone else loses bye
John Parke was nearly perfect, while the Knights flashed some big power