One of the first bits of news to come out of Glendale on the first day of Spring Training was the release of Freddie Bynum.
News and Notes Archive
White Sox pitchers and catchers reported today! This means it’s officially time to start thinking about baseball season. FutureSox is going to breakdown each position in the minor league system to gear up for the regular season, starting with the catchers. The Sox have a deep crew of backstop prospects going into 2010, so what can we expect from them?
I take a look at how 10 of the White Sox’ top positional prospects stack up by TotalZone, and then compare that to their scouting reports.
The Sox released a list of 15 spring training invites and a couple interesting names made the list.
For die hard baseball fans, the winter months can be tough. Sure, there’s the hot stove to watch, but usually all that provides is a couple days of simmering and a whole lot of watched pots. So let’s turn our attention south, where the weather is actually suitable for outdoor activity, and where some White Sox talent (both major league and minor league) is getting in some work… The Caribbean Winter Leagues.
The White Sox dealt minor league pitchers John Ely and Jon Link to the Dodgers for outfielder Juan Pierre. We take a look at who the Sox gave up and update other news and notes within the organization.
With the calendar year all but finished, it’s time we roll out our All-FutureSox Team. See who we think were the best performers of 2009.
Sergio Santos drew a lot of attention during this years Arizona Fall League. I take a look at him through the use of PITCHf/x to see what he’s all about.
Not everyone enjoys the hot stove, so to take your mind off of the endless rumors I’ll be reviewing all of the White Sox affiliates’ seasons starting here with the DLS White Sox.
The Arizona Fall League concluded with the Peoria Javelinas taking the title behind the bat of C.J. Retherford, but it was Brent Morel that left the best impression among the White Sox prospects.