Today, Baseball America released their top ten prospect rankings for the White Sox. This means all of the major prospect publications have released their White Sox rankings. Let’s take a look at the differences from each and try to figure out what it all means.
The minor league season is over for White Sox affiliates. Before the Arizona Fall League starts and trades change up the players in the system, FutureSox releases our Postseason Top 25 Prospects to kick off our season in review coverage.
For the final JPNese of the season, the 2010 Barons are previewed. See who he thinks will go to AAA and who will be in the Southern League next year.
It has been a very successful year for White Sox Minor League affiliates with four of the organizations six U.S. based teams reaching the postseason. I do a brief recap of them all here.
In this edition of JPNese, the Barons’ playoff run is previewed and Christian Marrero is profiled.
JPN discusses the Barons’ playoff chances as they approach the end of the regular season.
The Barons have one of the best records in the minors, but have lost a lot of the talent that got them the first half title in the Southern League’s South Division.
With the White Sox, Knights and Barons on All-Star break, it’s time to release our newest prospects rankings.
Charlie Shirek has received a much deserved promotion to Birmingham to take the place of Aaron Poreda. Tyson Corley, who was promoted all the way to Charlotte from Kannapolis, will more than likely move down to Winston-Salem to take Shirek’s place. Charlotte’s roster is full at 24 active players with the activation of Miguel Negron from the [...]
An updated look at how our preseason rankings are turning out after two months of the season. From #1 Gordon Beckham to #25 CJ Retherford, we take a look back at every player in our preseason Top 25.