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White Sox mound prospect Terry Doyle is lighting up the Arizona Fall League and hopefully putting his name in contention for a 40-man roster spot and a Spring Training invite.
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(Note from Grey: Please welcome Scott to the Razzball family. He’s going to be taking over as our prospects writer. He charted prospects in the Midwest League in 2008, has a sound understanding of player development and said my mustache was robust. Flattery will get you everywhere!)
Chicago White Sox 2011 Minor League Review
Organizational Talent Rankings via Baseball America...
The Chicago White Sox finished 2011 with a 79-83 record, which was good enough for third place in the American League Central. They of course got their manger Ozzie Guillen fired or traded or whatever you want to call it. He is now gone and now General Manger Ken Williams to prove Ozzie was what was wrong with this club. If was definitely a distraction at times and it may just...
The Chicago White Sox used their first round pick, pick 13, in the 2010 draft to select Florida Gulf Coast left-handed starting pitcher Chris Sale. He paid immediate dividends as the first player from the draft class to reach the majors. He spent just 10.1 innings in the minors before the White Sox determined he was ready to face major league hitters. Drafted as a starting...
The White Sox may need to pay higher rent at U.S. Cellular Field as the state agency that runs the ball-park re-examines the team's lease agreement.
The White Sox owner, Jerry Reinsdorf, pays $1.5 million in rent annually and keeps proceeds from ticket sales, parking, concession and growing merchandise operations, according to Crain's Chicago Business.
"If you compare...
n this week's Inbox, Scott Merkin discusses the potential of 2009 draftee Jared Mitchell, as well as the plans for Brent Lillibridge and Alejandro De Aza.
With the White Sox losing more than they won last season, a new restaurant across the street from U.S. Cellular Field gave fans a place where they could drink away their sorrows.
Bacardi at the Park paid for with millions without a return.