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  • Are the Pirates Making a Mistake with Cole?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 6/6/2011 -  72
    right-hander Gerrit Cole. This morning, Jonathan Mayo reported that the decision had been made, and Cole would indeed be the first player taken in the draft. The Pirates are choosing Cole over Rice

  • Gerrit Cole And the Pirate Way
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 9/5/2013 -  18
    Watch Gerrit Cole pitch and you might come away expecting different numbers on the back of his baseball card. He's 96 mph with the fastball and his third-best pitch looks like this. You'd think he'd

  • Why Are the Phillies Keeping Cole Hamels?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 7/25/2014 -  156
    apparently taken this stance: To date, Phillies telling other teams Cole Hamels is not available.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) July 22, 2014 I get that the Phillies have their own way

  • Cole's Cutter
    in FanGraphs by Pat Andriola - 8/5/2010 -  27
    During the off-season, Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels made an effort to become a new type of pitcher, opening his arsenal to more weapons in hopes of sustaining long-term success. He decided

  • White Sox Expected To Decline Peavy's Option
    in FanGraphs by J.P. Breen - 9/24/2012 -  17
    of signing Zack Greinke, Matt Cain, or Cole Hamels -- but the market quickly dried up once Cain and Hamels signed contract extensions with their current teams. An intriguing name should join the market

  • The White Sox, Black Holes, and Trading Jose Quintana
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 11/18/2015 -  102
    that time the White Sox: signed Adam LaRoche to extend their lineup, and signed Melky Cabrera to shore up their outfield, and signed Zach Duke to pitch the late innings? And then: Adam

  • How the White Sox Could Win the Pennant
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 3/17/2016 -  18
    . It's a prediction like any other, a dart thrown at a board with some intention and thought behind it. The projections on our site that say that the Chicago White Sox are a .500 team poised to finish tied

  • The 2009 Prospect Mine: Chicago White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 2/17/2009 -  0
    The Chicago White Sox system is languishing at the bottom of the barrel in the American League, thanks in part to poor draft choices and a win-now mentality that has stripped the club of a number

  • An Inning with Gerrit Cole's Command
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 6/12/2013 -  14
    dominance, the standing ovations, the 14 strikeouts in seven innings with not one single walk. Gerrit Cole, as Strasburg was, is a top flame-throwing pitching prospect, and Cole just made his own major

  • Mustache Watch: Cole Hamels
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 4/4/2013 -  4
    Has there really not been a NotGraphs post dedicated to Cole Hamels and his mustache? It's almost Bobby Valentine-esque. Crashburn Alley has a great piece about it too.

  • Will Gerrit Cole ever be an Ace?
    in RotoGraphs by Al Skorupa - 5/23/2013 -  27
    I had heard a lot of varied opinions about Pittsburgh Pirates pitching prospect Gerrit Cole over the last couple years so I was glad of the chance to finally lay eyes on him live this week. It’s

  • Gerrit Cole and Making the Leap
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 6/2/2015 -  23
    For the better part of the last decade, Gerrit Cole has intrigued with potential. Twice a first round selection -- after being drafted out of high school in 2008, he spurned the Yankees and went

  • Cole Hamels and Panic
    in RotoGraphs by Michael Barr - 5/10/2013 -  37
    Cole Hamels has been among the finest starting pitchers going on six seasons now. In fantasy baseball terms, during that time span, Hamels has been a beast in most formats. He's 7th overall in wins

  • Cole Hamels Joins the Party
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 1/19/2009 -  1
    this contract is that not only does it not buy out any of Hamels' free agent years, it does not even cover his entire arbitration eligibility. Cole Hamels qualified as a Super Two this offseason

  • The Quality of Cole Hamels' Opposition
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 11/19/2014 -  91
    on something I noted about Cole Hamels earlier. Just for the sake of easy comparison, let's line Hamels up with Jon Lester, Max Scherzer, and James Shields. Three of those are free agents

  • What Is Cole Hamels Worth?
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 5/24/2012 -  64
    Cole Hamels is already on his way to another great season. Hamels' performance is especially noteworthy since he'll be a free-agent at the end of the season. While the Philadelphia Phillies have

  • Cole Hamels Staying Grounded
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 6/9/2011 -  6
    Cole Hamels carved up the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night. The lefty punched out nine batters and walked none in eight shutout innings, lowering his Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP) to 2.31

  • Cole Hamels is a Model of Consistency
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 12/10/2013 -  1
    Like Stephen Strasburg, who we profiled yesterday, Cole Hamels possesses borderline elite talent but posted a disappointing return of about $8 in 2013. Hamels was the sixth overall pitcher selected

  • Ode to Victor Cole
    in NotGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 11/19/2012 -  5
    Victor Cole may have played in only eight games in the 1992 season, but he maintains the distinction of being one of Russia's         natives to play in the MLB

  • The White Sox' Starting Trio Might Be Better Than the Mets'
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 7/21/2015 -  33
    of the present production coming from Sonny Gray, but the group does deserve some mention. If Jameson Taillon had been healthy, the Pirates and Gerrit Cole also likely would have merited inclusion

  • Gerrit Cole Has a Status Update
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 12/13/2011 -  4
    UPDATE: It appears as though Mr. Cole has been the victim of internetting roguery! Per Tim Williams of Pirate Prospects, Cole has exactly zero Twitter accounts. Sadly, it seems as though our attempt

  • Gerrit Cole and Adam Wainwright and Curveballs
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/9/2013 -  9
    was looking at curveballs, and almost by accident, I noticed that Wainwright's curve generated a good whiff rate, but Gerrit Cole's generated an excellent whiff rate. Cole -- Wainwright's opponent

  • Gerrit Cole, Minus His Fastball
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 10/8/2015 -  32
    . If there's something you know about Gerrit Cole, it's that he's one of the very best pitchers in baseball, largely because he has an amazing fastball. By average velocity, it's the third-hardest heater

  • Making Gerrit Cole Great Again
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 3/10/2017 -  10
    BRADENTON, Fla. - Gerrit Cole was really never himself last season, certainly never his 2015-self -- his best self -- when he finished fifth in NL Cy Young voting. The trouble started early when

  • Reports From Instructs: Gerrit Cole
    in FanGraphs by Kiley McDaniel - 1/11/2013 -  18
    The obvious headliner at Pirates instructs was 2011 #1 overall pick Gerrit Cole. Cole has been on prospect radars for some time, as he went unsigned out of a southern California high school in 2008

  • Pirates Welcome Gerrit Cole to The Show
    in FanGraphs by Marc Hulet - 6/11/2013 -  12
    The Pittsburgh Pirates starting rotation will receive an infusion of talent on Tuesday night. The Pirates No. 1 prospect, Gerrit Cole, will make his major-league debut when he takes the mound

  • When Arrieta and Cole Are Most Predictable
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/7/2015 -  6
    deserve to play in full playoff series, but to a lot of people, the whole story is Jake Arrieta. To others, it's both Arrieta and Gerrit Cole. Everyone understands there will also be hitters, but the game

  • Mixing Fantasy & Reality: Cole and Cuthbert
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 8/24/2016 -  0
    A.J. Cole Breakdown The National’s righty made a spot start for the Nationals on August 22 and allowed four runs over seven innings of work. To start getting a profile of Cole, here are his

  • Lightning Rod Lefty Cole Hamels
    in RotoGraphs by Brian Joura - 2/24/2009 -  18
    Cole Hamels will be a lightning rod figure between two camps this year. Sure, there is the whole Mets-Phillies thing, with Hamels implying the Mets were chokers, but I was thinking of a rivalry

  • Rangers Set To Acquire Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 7/29/2015 -  34
    Cole Hamels is finally getting traded. After having him on the block for the better part of the last few years, the Phillies have finally struck a deal to send Hamels to Texas, with the Rangers

  • A Hypothetical Nationals Trade For Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 7/13/2012 -  93
    After a lot of banter about what Cole Hamels might fetch in trade, it was reported earlier today that the Phillies are preparing a “major offer” in an attempt to retain him past this season

  • What Cole Hamels Is Doing Differently
    in FanGraphs by Matt Swartz - 5/20/2013 -  16
    Cole Hamels has not looked like himself this year. After ERAs of 3.06, 2.79, and 3.05 from 2010 through 2012, Hamels now has a 4.61 ERA nine starts into this season. By itself, that doesn't mean he's

  • First Moment in Spectacles: Will White, Deacon White
    in NotGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 11/16/2011 -  2
    Will White was -- and in some senses, still is -- this man: You, dear reader -- likely bespectacled and alone in a little gray cubicle of life -- will notice a strange tingling sensation

  • Should Gerrit Cole Be Striking Out More Batters?
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 12/29/2014 -  8
    Based on stuff, there are very few starting pitchers that can hang with Gerrit Cole. 96 mph heat, plus three other pitches that rate well by peripherals -- it's very fun to watch. But look

  • Gerrit Cole Is Now the Most Important Pirate
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 9/29/2015 -  38
    Gerrit Cole might not be the best player on the Pittsburgh Pirates -- Andrew McCutchen probably still holds that distinction -- but over the course of the next 10 days, perhaps no pitcher

  • Gerrit Cole Curves His Way To Stardom
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Petriello - 12/13/2013 -  5
    Gerrit Cole finished 60th in our end of season starting pitcher rankings. I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that he finishes quite a bit higher than that in 2014, because the only reason he

  • Scouting Comparison: Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon
    in FanGraphs by Mark Anderson - 2/22/2012 -  25
    and number one "a"  in the club’s system. Right-handers Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon are the Pirates two most recent first round draft picks, having been selected in 2011 and 2010, respectively. Cole

  • White Sox Extend Thornton
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 3/7/2011 -  23
    When looking at Matt Thornton's career with the Chicago White Sox, it's hard to believe he was acquired for Joe Borchard. Both players had fallen out of favor with their teams at the time

  • Kershaw-deGrom to Rival Arrieta-Cole Matchup
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 10/9/2015 -  22
    In the National League Wild Card game, we witnessed two aces going head to head in Jake Arrieta and Gerrit Cole. Arrieta pitched just as brilliantly as he had during the regular season, throwing

  • FG on Fox: The Risks and Rewards of Holding Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/16/2015 -  31
    the most optimistic fans are wondering if contention might be feasible three years from now. Rebuilds suck. Just how they are. And the Phillies have Cole Hamels, who is good. He's actually been very

  • Gerrit Cole And The Star Power Of Top Prospects
    in FanGraphs by Wendy Thurm - 6/14/2013 -  89
    Highly-touted prospect Gerrit Cole made his major-league debut for the Pirates on Tuesday night.  The 22-year-old right handed pitcher was the first overall pick in the 2011 amateur draft. Heading

  • Luke Jackson and A.J. Cole: High-A Flamethrowers Of Note
    in RotoGraphs by Nathaniel Stoltz - 7/18/2013 -  2
    of current and potential aces: Stephen Strasburg, Matt Harvey, Gerrit Cole, Kevin Gausman, Jarred Cosart, Andrew Cashner, Zack Wheeler, Alfredo Figaro...okay, not all 21 come with heaps of accolades

  • The White Sox' Hidden Catastrophe
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 6/24/2016 -  28
    I was reading through Jon Heyman's latest Inside Baseball, and then I got to the White Sox section. Within, Heyman said something about Chris Sale, and though it wasn't specifically about everything

  • Who Will Close for the White Sox?
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 4/2/2012 -  30
    The White Sox's bullpen may be their biggest strength entering this season. The team dealt away last season's closer, Sergio Santos, because they knew there were adequate replacements already

  • Peavy To The White Sox?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/21/2009 -  47
    For what seems like the 387th time, Jake Peavy can go to Chicago if he wants to. Only this time, it's the south side, as the White Sox and Padres have reportedly agreed on a deal that would Peavy

  • Teahen Carries White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 4/13/2010 -  26
    Last night was a night to remember for Mark Teahen. Forget the box score – Teahen went 3-5 with a triple, a home run, a run scored, 3 RBIs, and a SB – it was the way Teahen refused to let the White

  • The White Sox and Beating Projections
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 2/18/2013 -  66
    PECOTA's projections, mainly to remind everyone how wrong they've been about the White Sox. For instance, here's a piece by a local radio anchor that trots out all the usual ad hominem attacks about

  • The White Sox Looming Decision
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/4/2015 -  79
    in the AL, the White Sox made a similar series of moves, bringing in Jeff Samardzija, Melky Cabrera, Adam LaRoche, David Robertson, and Zach Duke in their offseason makeover. With Chris Sale and Jose

  • Comparing the Cost of Zack Greinke to Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 12/8/2015 -  17
    up a single active player in order to acquire Greinke. Cole Hamels, both the same age as Greinke and roughly as effective over the course of his career, was traded over the summer. Hamels' cost

  • Manny to The White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 8/30/2010 -  60
    For the second year in a row, the White Sox have used the August waiver period to add a talented outfielder who has worn out his welcome with his current team. Last year, the White Sox took

  • Extend Cole Hamels Now (If You Want To)
    in FanGraphs by Matt Swartz - 7/20/2012 -  21
    If you took MRIs of Cole Hamels’ arm right now, he would probably get a clean bill of health. So would most elite pitchers who were about to receive nine-figure contracts. But that does not mean

  • Q&A: Gerrit Cole, Future Pirates Ace
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 2/5/2013 -  13
    Don’t believe Gerrit Cole when he says velocity isn’t important. The 22-year-old right-hander has a fastball that reaches triple digits and his slider is as hard as many heaters. His ability

  • Cole Hamels, Now Even More Complete
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/20/2015 -  32
    Now may be a weird time to write a glowing report about Cole Hamels. He's fresh off a bad couple starts, and by ERA and WHIP, the Phillie lefty is having his worst season since 2009. On the other

  • Tyler White: What to Believe?
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Kastava - 4/15/2016 -  11
    The American League’s first player of the week was, you guessed it, Tyler White. The same Tyler White who most people did not project being even the back-up first baseman coming into spring training

  • Ask the Audience: Cole Hamels or James Shields?
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 2/5/2015 -  41
    big strike, with James Shields and Cole Hamels lingering as the two remaining fish in the pond. Shields apparently has a strong preference to pitch on the west coast. Hamels is from San Diego

  • White Sox Playing to Their Potential
    in FanGraphs by Joe Pawlikowski - 6/24/2010 -  25
    It all started with a comeback win over the Indians. Heading into that Sunday matinee the White Sox, after dropping the first two games of the series, were 23-32, 9.5 games behind the Twins and only

  • White Sox Are Stuck In The Middle
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 1/2/2012 -  25
    The White Sox cleared payroll this weekend, trading Carlos Quentin and Jason Frasor to the Padres and the Blue Jays, respectively. As Eno Sarris predicted a month ago, Chicago didn’t get spectacular

  • The White Sox's Biggest Surprise
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 6/14/2012 -  10
    Surprising performances have fueled the Chicago White Sox's rise to the top of the division. Adam Dunn -- who looked finished last season -- is off to one of the best starts of his career, Jake Peavy

  • White Guys Hit RBIs
    in NotGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 11/26/2012 -  18
    are for RBIs. Ninety to one hundred RBIs. And to get there, home runs are also needed." (Emphasis NotGraphs') There are non-white foreign players, you say? Well here's a look at the Tigers

  • Cole Hamels' Three-Pitch Strikeout of Justin Ruggiano
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 8/14/2012 -  37
    Cole Hamels' three-pitch strikeout of Justin Ruggiano during the first inning of Monday night's Phillies-Marlins game (box) in Miami isn't more significant than most other three-pitch strikeouts

  • Andruw Jones to the White Sox
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 11/25/2009 -  4
    According to MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez, the Chicago White Sox have come to terms with Andruw Jones on a one-year, $500K contract with $1M in possible incentives. Jones famously fell of the face

  • Cole Hamels Should Reject The Phillies' Offer
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 7/19/2012 -  60
    The Philadelphia Phillies are going to make a big play to keep Cole Hamels. The team is planning to offer Hamels a six-year, $130 million extension in the coming days, according to CBSSports.com's

  • Cole Hamels Is an Ace and Got Paid Like One
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 7/25/2012 -  55
    The Phillies had a decision to make -- give Cole Hamels a really big contract or trade him for prospects and watch him sign with someone else over the winter. They chose Door #1, giving Hamels a six

  • Cole Hamels Got Better in the Big Leagues
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 6/28/2016 -  7
    When Cole Hamels arrived in the major leagues, he had a 90 mph fastball, decent command, and what would prove to be baseball's best changeup. That's a few bucks short of an ace, and so, in two of his

  • Teahen To The White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 11/5/2009 -  92
    -season with a fantastic deal for his club, sending 3B/OF Mark Teahen to the White Sox for 2B Chris Getz and DH Josh Fields. Let's start with Teahen. He's been rumored to be trade bait

  • Let's Design a Cole Hamels-to-Boston Trade
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 11/19/2014 -  226
    Phillies just about have to trade Cole Hamels. He's great, and he's been there forever, through some really good times, and people have developed an attachment to him. Even the Phillies have officially

  • On the Report of the Phillies Asking Price for Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 7/29/2014 -  97
    With the trade deadline 48 hours away, the Phillies have apparently made Cole Hamels available in trade talks. This is good news for Phillies fans, as Hamels will likely never have more value than

  • Bad Contract White Elephant
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 10/28/2009 -  81
    the NFL uses for the draft. Each GM brings one contract, places it in a pile, and prepares for Bad Contract White Elephant. You've all participated in some kind of White Elephant Christmas exchange

  • Three Surprises in White Socks
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 7/19/2010 -  47
    The White Sox are certainly a surprising team this year. I do not think many gave much thought to the AL Central under the assumption that the Twins were clear favorites there and that the Wild Card

  • Liriano Wearing White Sox
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 7/30/2012 -  6
    As you are no doubt aware, Francisco Liriano was shipped off to Chicago to don White Sox on Saturday. Yesterday, we looked at the trade from a real baseball perspective and today I analyze

  • Scoresheet: Waving the White Flag
    in RotoGraphs by Eno Sarris - 6/21/2012 -  8
    It's time for me to wave the white flag on this year in Scoresheet. At 27-42, I'm only nine games out of first in my division, but I'm in last. As in dead last in King Kaufman's AL-Skeeter 12-team AL

  • Rangers Get a New Ace in Cole Hamels
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 7/30/2015 -  30
    A lot of pitchers are flashier than Cole Hamels, and every year, a few new guys pop up and post better seasons, only to disappear again into the night not long after. Hamels doesn't throw 100 and his

  • White Sox Steal Rios
    in FanGraphs by Erik Manning - 8/11/2009 -  66
    fielders. White Sox center fielders have been the definition of replacement level with their combined .269 wOBA, so Rios probably adds a full win to the White Sox down the stretch, increasing

  • Dunn To The White Sox
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Axisa - 12/13/2010 -  6
    Adam Dunn and the White Sox seemed like a fit since day one. Kenny Williams wanted a lefty run producer, and Dunn wanted a lot of years and a lot of money. It was a match made in hot stove heaven

  • Where Did Cole Hamels' Changeup Go?
    in FanGraphs by Corinne Landrey - 6/1/2016 -  16
    post as a FanGraphs author. If you know one thing about Cole Hamels beyond his profession or employer, it’s likely the fact that he throws a magnificent changeup. It’s the pitch upon which Hamels

  • Putz Signs with White Sox
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/12/2009 -  5
    fastball, added a splitter and became a monster out of the M's pen. Now, after two lost seasons, Putz has inked a one-year, $3M deal with the White Sox with $3.25M in incentives. Putz posted nearly six

  • Effectively Wild Episode 544: Cole, Altuve, and Other Season-Ending Excitement
    in FanGraphs by Ben Lindbergh - 9/29/2014 -  0
    Ben and Sam discuss the Pirates' decision to start Gerrit Cole, the Astros' decision to sit (and then start) Jose Altuve, and other news from the weekend.

  • The Bountiful White Sox Outfield
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 2/4/2015 -  7
    down for you over the next few weeks. You can find them gathered here. The White Sox had an aggressive offseason, adding plenty of fantasy-relevant talent to an interesting core. Two-thirds

  • Exclusive Interview with Toronto's "Man In White"
    in NotGraphs by Navin Vaswani - 8/12/2011 -  20
    scored, as you were probably expecting, an exclusive interview with Toronto's Rogers Centre's mysterious Man In White. Actually, our bold investigative reporter was honest: He stumbled upon the Man

  • Effectively Wild Episode 843: Cole Figueroa is Your Sabermetric Spirit Animal
    in FanGraphs by Ben Lindbergh - 3/19/2016 -  0
    Ben and FiveThirtyEight author Rob Arthur talk to Pittsburgh Pirates multi-position player Cole Figueroa about his use of statistics, why athletes should keep a close eye on what teams are tracking

  • Gerrit Cole's Slider Went Missing Against the Red Sox
    in FanGraphs by Craig Edwards - 4/5/2017 -  11
    innings, and that the home team won by a score of 5-3. If you looked at the line of Pittsburgh starter Gerrit Cole, you'd see a flawed five innings, with just two strikeouts, one walk, that homer

  • Tyler White Already Looks For Real
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 4/21/2016 -  44
    Possible headline from 2013: Tyler White Is Mashing Possible headline from 2014: Tyler White Is Mashing Possible headline from 2015: Tyler White Is Mashing Possible headline from right now

  • Can Pat White Play Baseball?
    in Community by Jamesian - 9/14/2010 -  3
    The Kansas City Royals last week flashed back to the past by signing NFL quarterback Pat White in a move that conjures up memories of the old Kansas City Royals Baseball Academy which I wrote about

  • Season in Review: Chicago White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Carruth - 10/6/2008 -  1
    by the BaseRuns formula and adjusted for strength of schedule, which I feel is the best measurement of a team's actual talent level. Number Six: Chicago White Sox Number six is our fifth American League

  • Nickname Seeks Player: White Sangria
    in NotGraphs by David G. Temple - 3/19/2014 -  52
    , the very fancy Chelsea's Kitchen, specialized in a certain drink called white sangria. This is fulfilling to two ways: It is extremely delicious. It gives all of us a chance to pair a nickname

  • 2014 Preview: Chicago White Sox
    in Community by Christopher Zolli - 3/8/2014 -  0
    Who is  Jose Dariel Abreu? The 2013 White Sox were bereft of offense and GM Ken Williams looked this offseason to add top offensive talent without breaking the bank too much. Also, since the team

  • White Sox Sign David Robertson
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 12/9/2014 -  10
    If you hadn't noticed, the White Sox are going for it. No, they haven't officially landed Jeff Samardzija yet, but they have just completed a pretty dramatic upgrade of their bullpen. Source

  • The Impressively Poor White Sox Offense
    in FanGraphs by Neil Weinberg - 7/23/2015 -  28
    the plate, so he's made a career for himself in the big leagues despite the very limited offensive production. Reflecting on Pena is simply a way to put the 2015 White Sox in perspective because the White

  • Got Gas? Call the White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 12/14/2010 -  7
    Late Monday afternoon, the White Sox signed Brian Bruney to a minor league deal, and most of baseball yawned, scratched themselves, and turned the page. To be fair, Bruney has had an FIP over five

  • White Sox Need Help at Third
    in FanGraphs by Chris Cwik - 6/12/2012 -  34
    The Chicago White Sox are one of baseball's biggest surprises. While the team didn't have high expectations entering the season, they currently have a .5 game lead in the AL Central

  • Addressing the White Sox' Defensive Problem
    in FanGraphs by Matthew Kory - 11/24/2015 -  26
    arrive given the information at my disposal. The White Sox are in a similar situation. Fortunately for them, it has nothing to do either with my feral child nor the hammers he's always carrying

  • Traded: Juan Pierre to the White Sox
    in RotoGraphs by Zach Sanders - 12/15/2009 -  19
    Lost in the awesomeness of the Roy Halladay/Cliff Lee blockbuster, the Dodgers have traded outfielder Juan Pierre to the Chicago White Sox for minor leaguers Jon Link and John Ely. The White Sox have

  • Why the White Sox Should Relocate
    in Community by seanf22 - 4/7/2014 -  73
    On opening day of this season the White Sox attracted a crowd of 37,422 in a win over the Minnesota Twins. In much contrast to their sell out crowd on opening day, their 2nd and 3rd home games drew

  • Team Preview: Chicago White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 3/9/2011 -  29
    After a coming in 6 games out of first place last year, the White Sox decided that they needed to add some power to their lineup and signed Adam Dunn to a 4 year, $56 million contract. Besides

  • The Obviousness of Austin Jackson and the White Sox
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 3/7/2016 -  19
    equivalent was also failing, if a bit less visibly so. The White Sox accomplished less than they were hoping to, and while for them, as well, a number of things went wrong, two things that went very wrong

  • Daily Notes: Featuring Gerrit Cole Against Jose Fernandez
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 7/28/2013 -  17
    , for the benefit of the wide readership, how young and hard-throwing Pittsburgh right-hander Gerrit Cole (48.2 IP, 100 xFIP-, 0.6 WAR) faces young and hard-throwing Miami right-hander Jose Fernandez (111.2 IP

  • 1981 White Sox Season Preview
    in NotGraphs by Bradley Woodrum - 8/19/2013 -  7
    "What are we doing here?" ✓ * Superb White Sox uniforms that look homemade? ✓ * Prison puns? ✓ * Rudyard Kipling allusions? ✓ * Disney-esque closing music? ✓

  • Spring Pitcher's Duel: Jarred Cosart vs. A.J. Cole
    in RotoGraphs by Al Skorupa - 3/28/2013 -  1
    Cosart opposed the also highly regarded A.J. Cole of the Washington Nationals. I thought today I’d provide a little breakdown of those two pitchers and how they can potentially help your fantasy team

  • White Sox Sign Adam Dunn
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 12/2/2010 -  78
    Two years after getting scorned by most of baseball, Adam Dunn has reportedly landed the big deal he's been looking for. According to the LA Times, the White Sox are on the verge of a 4 year, $56

  • Should the White Sox Hold or Fold?
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 5/13/2013 -  32
    It’s hard to imagine the White Sox having a more depressing start to the season. They are stuck in last place in the American League Central, and their hitting has been abysmal. When you remove

  • White Sox Extend Sergio Santos
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    In 2008, Sergio Santos hit .228 with a .607 OPS as a 24-year-old shortstop in Triple A. He will begin the 2012 season as the multi-million dollar closer of the Chicago White Sox. The Sox locked

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    a much easier road ahead of them. Alex White White’s transition to the National League has been, in a word, rocky. He’s struggling with the long ball, having given up at least one home run

  • Someone Will Get Saves for the White Sox
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    Coming off a 99-loss season, the White Sox made a pair of tremendous moves to add youth to their lineup. First, they traded reliever-turned-starter Hector Santiago to the Angels in a three-team deal

  • White Sox Non-Tender Jenks
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    Earlier today, the Chicago White Sox announced they would not tender a contract to closer Bobby Jenks. The decision marks the end of the hard-throwing righty’s career on the Southside while adding

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    Jake Peavy has been traded to the Chicago White Sox for the second time this season. Unlike last time, Peavy has waived his no-trade clause to complete the transaction. San Diego gets four arms

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    cares? I think it fits as a nickname: The Enigmatical Kenny Williams. I am not mocking Chicago White Sox General Manager Kenny Williams. I'm mocking myself. I have a terrible track record when

  • The White Sox Can't Close the Deal
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    No lead is safe these days when a White Sox reliever enters the game. While Matt Thornton has taken the brunt of fan anger, his struggles now seem to have spread to the rest of the bullpen

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    at the plate. But if we look at the White Sox team page we can see that it's really three players dragging down the entire unit. For the moment Brent Morel can get a pass, because he's a rookie and maybe

  • Who Closes for the Chicago White Sox?
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    With Sergio Santos being traded to the Toronto Blue Jays for Nestor Molina on Tuesday afternoon, it seems to signal the raising of a white flag of sorts on the South side. Santos had a pretty

  • The White Sox Position-Player Catastrophe
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    Over the weekend, the White Sox scored 16 runs against the Reds in three games, and just Sunday they got the best of the impossible Aroldis Chapman, walking off after three consecutive hits

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    The Graduate: Alexei Ramirez | Born: September 1981 | Infielder Signed this past winter after leaving Cuba, Alexei Ramirez had an up-and-down season after surprising everyone - including the White

  • Evaluating the Prospects: Chicago White Sox
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    Evaluating the Prospects: Rangers, Rockies, Diamondbacks, Twins, Astros, Red Sox, Cubs, White Sox & Reds Scouting Explained: Introduction, Hitting Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 3 Pt 4 Pt 5 Pt 6 The White

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    The White Sox made waves this offseason by bringing in younger, more talented players. Problem is, that excitement will mostly be saved for the outfield. Jose Abreu was brought in, and should make

  • The New and Improved White Sox Bullpen
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    down for you over the next few weeks. You can find them gathered here. The Closer David Robertson The Chicago White Sox shored up their ninth-inning by signing free-agent David Robertson away

  • Draft Reviews: Chicago White Sox
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    , basically all the picks were bad. The White Sox could have had Joba Chamberlain (41st overall) or Adrian Cardenas (37th) instead of the Texas southpaw. * * * 2009 Draft Slot: 23rd overall Draft

  • White Sox Need Morel at 3B
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    pitchers: Mike Minor, Kyle Drabek and Brandon Beachy. But the next logical step is to tackle hitters, and those September call-ups are just now getting to the level of proper evaluation. The White Sox

  • Who Will Roam the White Sox Outfield?
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    The White Sox are obviously a fan of position battles and creating drama because not only do they have a situation brewing between their first base and DH candidates, but their outfield

  • Arrieta-Cole, Objectively One of Best Playoff Matchups Ever
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    . For those watching the Cubs take on the Pirates, they will witness one of the very best pitching matchups the playoffs have ever seen. In Jake Arrieta and Gerrit Cole, both teams will feature bona

  • Chicago White Sox: Draft Review
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    , OF, Texas Despite lacking a second-round selection, the White Sox had an excellent draft. The acquisition of Beckham makes the draft a winner all on its on, but the club also nabbed a few other

  • Position Battles: White Sox 2B
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    With little apparent interest in retaining Orlando Cabrera, the White Sox decided early on during the offseason to shift Alexei Ramirez from the keystone to the shortstop position. The "Cuban Missile

  • Sunday Notes: Loop, Cole, Battling Bucs, Bullpens, Tribe, more
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    for the Tomateros de Culiacán in the Mexican League, and it might be his last hurrah. His big-league dreams and pickoff days are little more than memories at this point. ——— Gerrit Cole has

  • Cole Hamels' No-Hitter and Pitcher Game Scores in the Game Before Being Traded
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    what Cole Hamels is worth.  His value did not take a significant ding after two abysmal starts when he totaled 6.1 IP, 20 H, 14 ER, and 5 K (July 10th and 19th), and neither did it skyrocket after his

  • A Minor Review of 2013: White Sox
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  • Totally Unaltered Tweet: Dayan Viciedo and the White Sox
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    The following tweet, which concerns a real and not fake report regarding Dayan Viciedo and the Chicago White Sox, is entirely and in-no-way altered from the original (click to embiggen):

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    On Monday, the White Sox lost 1-0, so that makes things fairly uncomplicated -- they lost because they didn't score. It happens. Also, they ran into Matt Harvey, and the Mets had reportedly

  • What the Chicago White Sox Should Do
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    Overview The Chicago White Sox have a .500 record at the moment, which by itself would seem to leave them in an ambiguous spot regarding the immediate future. Sure, their run differential

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    Tyler White has already accomplished a hell of a lot for a baseball player, no less a baseball player who wasn't drafted until the 33rd round. He earned six minor-league promotions in just three

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    The White Sox won't stop. I mean, at some point they will, because they'll have to, and maybe they've reached that point now that they've signed Melky Cabrera, but Rick Hahn and the rest of his front

  • Inserting Rondell White’s Name Into Corporate Emails
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    Here, we insert Rondell White’s name into an email the author received not very long ago: Please be advised that there will be a change in the voicemail setup. Any Saved or Unheard message

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    season. Armed with the highest payroll in team history and fresh off of signing Adam Dunn, the White Sox were the pre-season favorite to win the AL Central. Dunn responded to his new team

  • White Sox Acquire Liriano For Stretch Run
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    Kenny Williams reportedly worked his tail off to land Zack Greinke from the Brewers this week. The American League Central is up for grabs and the White Sox and Tigers have gone back and forth

  • White Sox Turn $25 Million Into Adam LaRoche
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    of compensation attached, he signed with the White Sox for two years and $25 million. Imagine what he might've been able to get before, were it not for the draft-pick concerns? A few things. Firstly

  • Passan: White Sox/Dodgers Nearing a Big Trade
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    Well, this is interesting. Source: Dodgers, White Sox nearing a trade. Top pitching prospect Frankie Montas is going to Los Angeles, so it could be pretty big.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan

  • FanGraphs Audio: Kiley McDaniel Largely on the White Sox
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    Episode 504 Kiley McDaniel is both (a) the lead prospect writer for FanGraphs and also (b) the guest on this particular edition of FanGraphs Audio -- during which edition he considers his White Sox

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    For the last few years, Rick Hahn and Kenny Williams have been steadily rebuilding the White Sox base of talent, and along the way, they've acquired a few cornerstone players that are the envy

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    Kyle McCulloch was the last straw for Kenny Williams, and deservedly so. The White Sox were making practice of botching first-round picks with low-ceiling players that, if their skills even

  • White Sox Begin Teardown in Best Way Possible
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    salaries. It's fitting, then, that the White Sox convinced the Red Sox to make the recently unprecedented decision to move baseball's top prospect. There's nothing fun or painless about initiating

  • Michael Ynoa Gets New Life With White Sox
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    Your browser does not support iframes. By the time the Jeff Samardzija trade became official Tuesday at baseball’s winter meetings in San Diego, Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn

  • White Sox Reportedly Close to Acquiring Jeff Samardzija
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    are dealing their ace, with multiple reporters confirming that a deal is close between the A's and White Sox. Sources: #WhiteSox close to acquiring Samardzija from #Athletics. @JonHeymanCBS and @JeffPassan

  • The White Sox Have Gotten the Start They Needed
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    The White Sox beat the Blue Jays last night by a score of 10-1 (box). Comprehensive victory. Chris Sale won his fifth game, going a ho-hum 8 innings versus a lefty-destroying lineup in a hitter's

  • Organizational Rankings: #24 - Chicago White Sox
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    And now, we come to the fundamental problem with lists. Because of the linear growth from #30 to #1, the White Sox are going to appear right next to the Pirates in this rankings series

  • White Sox Promote Top Prospect Tim Anderson
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    The White Sox announced their presence as potential contenders by getting off to a 23-10 start, the best record in the American League through May 9. Since then, things haven't exactly gone well

  • Steamer Projects: Chicago White Sox Prospects
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    The relentlessly Canadian Marc Hulet published earlier today his first organizational prospect list of the 2013-14 offseason -- in this case, for the Chicago White Sox. It goes without saying

  • White Sox Sign Andrew Miller Lite(?)
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    player. So the news that Duke got picked up by the White Sox for three years and $15 million came as a mild surprise to me, for two reasons. Immediately, I thought, that seems like a lot for a regular

  • White Sox Playing Time Battles: Hitters
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    using the Depth Chart Discussions tag. No offense in the American League scored fewer runs than the White Sox last season, and as a result it stands to reason that the bats couldn’t support what

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    Episode 148 - The 18-8 White Sox!? The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Jon Gray's outing, trusting in every hitter

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    . The White Sox are a mixed bag of aging veterans and up-and-coming youngsters, sprinkled in with a couple of players with (what have been deemed) toxic contracts that Williams took on. I'll start

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    The Chicago White Sox organization has done an outstanding job of squeezing every ounce of value out of its prospects this season. Back in March, four prospect analysts/publications (FanGraphs

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    From the esteemed Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago: White Sox pitcher Chris Sale confirmed Tuesday his representatives have had discussions with the club about a contract extension. (snip) “We’ve been

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    "Dad, tell me one more." "No, sweetie. It's time for bed." "Just one more! Please! Tell me the one about the White Sox on The Price is Right." "It's already past your bed time

  • White Sox Add James Shields, #4 Starter
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    for Erik Johnson and Fernando Tatis Jr. -- is what @barstoolWSD originally reported. Nice work. — Dennis Lin (@sdutdennislin) June 4, 2016 The funny thing about the White Sox rotation

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    will not be appearing on their teams' Top 10 lists. The series is back for a second year. Chicago White Sox The Graduate: Gordon Beckham, SS/3B Despite beginning '09 in double-A, Beckham made

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    will not be revealed in advance. Chicago White Sox Affiliates: Charlotte (Triple-A), Birmingham (Double-A), Winston-Salem (High-A), Kannapolis (Low-A), Bristol (Appy) and Great Falls (Pioneer). The White

  • White Sox Rotation: Depth Chart Discussions
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    Much has been made of the success White Sox pitchers have experienced under the tutelage of pitching coach Don Cooper. Since Cooper's first full season on the job, the rotation has consistently been

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    There's no sense beating around the bush here: the 2014 White Sox don't look like they'll be very good. In fact, they figure to be downright unwatchable most of the time. That is, except for roughly

  • Chicago White Sox Farm System Depth
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    You have seen a detailed report on the must-follow prospects in the White Sox system, and Marc Hulet's ranking of the top 10 guys in the system. This is a list of the other guys, who you haven't read

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    Much about the White Sox bullpen is more stable than it has been in years. They have a closer in place, they have a set of reliable set-up men, and they have respectable depth in the minors should

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    record for the “original” teams Assessment The 1992 Chicago White Sox         OWAR: 48.7     OWS: 278     OPW%: .547 GM Roland Hemond acquired 48% (12 of 25) of the ballplayers on the 1992 White

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    It's not as bad as it was a month ago. Then the White Sox were 10-19 and were scoring just 3.9 runs per game, which put them near the bottom of the league in most respects. Since then they've gone

  • White Sox Face Tough Decisions this Off-Season
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    The Chicago White Sox are facing some tough decisions this off-season. Trouble is, those decisions have very little to do with their players. Due to the daily drama that surrounds this team

  • White Sox Trade Santos, Start the Rebuild Process
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    The White Sox traded Sergio Santos to the Blue Jays for prospect Nestor Molina today. It was a bold move, not only because of the particulars of the trade, but because of the implications

  • White Sox Keenyn Walker Is All Tools
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    Last June, the Chicago White Sox plucked outfielder Keenyn Walker from the junior college ranks with the 47th overall pick in the amateur draft. After seeing him in person late in the 2011 season

  • A First Look at White Sox Outfielder Trayce Thompson
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    Shaffer, Jon Gray, Henry Owens and Luis Severino take the field for the first time. Also called up, but somewhat lost in the shuffle, was 24-year-old White Sox outfielder Trayce Thompson, who struck

  • Top 5 Prospects for 2015: Chicago White Sox
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    . In a Nutshell: The White Sox loaded up on talent from the 2014-15 free agent market and will field a veteran-heavy club in 2015. However, the organization also boasts some intriguing upper-level

  • The Most Interesting AL Rebuilder: Chicago White Sox
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    pattern displayed in a club's fairly successful recent past. Today, it's the Chicago White Sox, the most interesting rebuilding team in the American League. It's interesting in part because it's been

  • White Sox Hope That Flowers Will Bloom in Chicago
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    for a collection of prospects headed to the Chicago White Sox. Dave Cameron tackled the Vazquez breakdown, while this article will highlight those four prospects obtained by the White Sox. Catcher

  • Scouting Carson Fulmer and Other White Sox Prospects
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    it's the primary cause of his wildness. It's also part of what makes him so unique and difficult to hit. It appears as though the White Sox plan on using Fulmer in an upscaled relief role, which is probably

  • Adam Jones Addresses "Baseball Is a White Man's Sport"
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    Adam Jones created a bit of a stir when he told Bob Nightengale of USA Today that “baseball is a white man’s sport.” That’s understandable. Race can be a hot-button issue at the best of times

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    Signing Jeff Keppinger to play third base was the Chicago White Sox's biggest move of the offseason. That tells you two things. It shows that the team will sport a similar lineup to last season

  • Chicago White Sox Top 15 Prospects (2012-13)
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    The Chicago White Sox organization ranked 30th on the Top 30 minor league systems list entering 2012 but this is a much improved system after a couple of solid drafts and a number of prospects took

  • 2016 ZiPS Projections - Chicago White Sox
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  • Dustin Ackley, White Hat, One Boot, a Pony
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    legs. An angel shits a white cowboy crown onto your noggin; it smells like angel shit, which smells like how you think Alison Brie might smell. Then, oh wow, there's a boot on your left foot. It fits

  • Q&A: Courtney Hawkins, White Sox Top Prospect
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    Former Texas high school star Courtney Hawkins famously performed a back flip after being drafted this past year. And now, it's easy to see why: The Chicago White Sox top prospect has a lot

  • The Top-Five White Sox Prospects by Projected WAR
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    Yesterday afternoon, Kiley McDaniel published his consummately researched and demonstrably authoritative prospect list for the Chicago White Sox. What follows is a different exercise than that, one

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    In what will probably be the blockbuster deal of the entire offseason, the White Sox sent LHP Chris Sale to Boston this afternoon in exchange for two of the highest-upside prospects in baseball, Yoan

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    One of the position groups with sneaky potential this season is the rotation of the White Sox. Not only is the unit anchored by a pair of stalwart lefties in Chris Sale and Jose Quintana, but the mid

  • 2014 Top 10 Prospects: Chicago White Sox
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    peanuts from the stands. We're guys who like prospects, and like writing about them. So, please, sit back and enjoy. * * * In terms of high-ceiling talent and depth, the White Sox minor league

  • Scouting the White Sox' Return for Adam Eaton
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    The White Sox continued adding to their suddenly robust farm system yesterday, acquiring a trio of pitching prospects from Washington in exchange for star outfielder Adam Eaton. Below are my scouting

  • Projecting White Sox Callup Tim Anderson
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    Super two deadline season is underway, so expect to see some well-regarded prospects get the call over the next couple of weeks. The most recent player to get the call is White Sox shortstop, Tim

  • Q&A: Jeff Manto, White Sox Hitting Coach
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    Jeff Manto stresses approach over mechanics and believes in letting a hitter be himself. The philosophy is paying dividends for the first-year Chicago White Sox hitting coach, as his team currently

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    Last week, lead prospect analyst Dan Farnsworth published his excellently in-depth prospect list for the Chicago White Sox. In this companion piece, I look at that same Chicago farm system through

  • Here Come the Prospects: Pirates and White Sox
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    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is a talented dude but he’s not likely to visit the Great White North until 2020. Chicago (AL) drafted Carson Fulmer in 2015 with the eighth overall pick but he’s considered

  • Chicago White Sox: Top 10 Prospects
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    in the White Sox rotation despite beginning '09 in low-A ball. 3. Jordan Danks, OF, Double-A DOB: August 1986 Bats: L Throws: R Signed: 2008 7th round - University of Texas MLB ETA: Late-2010

  • Q&A: Logan White, Draft[ing] Dodger
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    It is no coincidence that the top six prospects in the Dodgers organization are pitchers, and that five of them were drafted out of high school. Logan White is in charge of the team’s amateur

  • Jason Coats: Stitches and a Ball for a White Sox Rookie
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    Jason Coats has had an unremarkable career thus far. In eight games with the White Sox, the rookie outfielder has one hit in 15 at-bats. He’s basically a spare part. An unheralded former 29th-round

  • A Minor Review of 2015: Chicago White Sox
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    a brief look toward the 2016 season and beyond. It can also be a handy feature for fantasy baseball players in keeper and Dynasty leagues. A Minor Review of 2015: White Sox The Graduate: Carlos

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    three levels last year. Engel, 25, may out-play the likes of Charlie Tilson, Willy Garcia and maybe even Avisail Garcia in the coming year. The Tumbler: Micker Adolfo (OF): The White Sox love

  • Sunday Notes: Mets, Indians, Orioles, White Sox
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    . ------ Jordan Danks has a good arm, but unlike his brother -- and White Sox teammate, John -- he isn’t a pitcher. Jordan is an outfielder with good tools but a spotty track record in 129 big league games

  • 2014 ZiPS Projections - Chicago White Sox
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    this offseason. Below are the projections for the Chicago White Sox. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Arizona / Atlanta / Baltimore / Boston / Cincinnati

  • 2015 ZiPS Projections - Chicago White Sox
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    this offseason. Below are the projections for the Chicago White Sox. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Atlanta / Colorado / Los Angeles AL / Miami

  • Top 15 Prospects: Chicago White Sox
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    The Chicago White Sox system continues to be one of the weakest in the Majors. The front office and ownership cannot fault anyone but themselves for failing to invest in the amateur draft

  • Evaluating the 2016 Prospects: Chicago White Sox
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    Other clubs: Braves, Cubs, Diamondbacks, Orioles, Red Sox. The White Sox have seen their lowly regarded farm system weakened by the Todd Frazier deal, but they still have a few guys at the top who

  • Top 27 Prospects: Chicago White Sox
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    Below is an analysis of the prospects in the Chicago White Sox farm system. Scouting reports are compiled with information provided by industry sources as well as from my own observations. The KATOH

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    Dan Szymborski's ZiPS projections, which have typically appeared in the pages of Baseball Think Factory, are being released at FanGraphs this year. Below are the projections for the Chicago White Sox

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    The White Sox outfield is returning all three starters from the 2012 season and none of them seem to be in danger of losing any playing time, given the lack of experienced and/or talented depth

  • Top 10 Prospects: The Chicago White Sox
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    The Chicago White Sox 2010 MLB Record: 88-74 (2nd in the AL Central) Minor League Power Ranking: 30th (out of 30) Click for: Last Year's Top 10 Prospect List The Prospects 1. Chris Sale

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