Daniel Hudson: He's the one for whom just about everyone has been waiting. After starting the season in Kannapolis, Hudson had successful stints at each of the full season affiliates and now completes his stunning rise by joining the major league club. His blended line in the minors: 147.1 IP, 105 H, 34 BB, 166 K. His GO/AO rate of 0.86 (which declined at each successive level) is a worry considering the way flyballs tend to fly out of the park at the Cell. His delivery appears a bit unorthodox, which may explain some of his success. He relies on a fastball/slider combination. For a fuller scouting report, I'll refer you to Sox Machine.
Jhonny Nunez: He spent a bit of time with the White Sox earlier this season, pitching in two games for a total of one inning. His blended line between Birmingham and Charlotte was very good: 70.2 IP, 57 H, 26 BB, 79 K. The 24 year old righty, like many relievers, uses a fastball and slider (which is a plus pitch). He can mix in a changeup but it's not very good. He has quick arm action and generally throws from a low 3/4 slot.