9-8, 8-2, 7-5, and 13-2 the scores as Sox lose at every level
The Barons starting lineup went 18-for-40 with eight doubles and two home runs (both Craig Dedelow). They won.
At least Cristian Mena, Colson Montgomery, and Seby Zavala had big games
Only the Dash win on the farm today, with Duke Ellis hitting a homer and stealing his 15th bag of the year while Lenyn Sosa hits two homers in the Barons loss.
Seby Zavala reached base at a .667 clip, Craig Dedelow hit two homers, Chase Solesky had two great starts, and Wilfred Veras hit .500 — here’s your weekly MVPs!
The farm system goes 2-2 on the day, but all eyes were on Winston-Salem with Oscar Colás back and hitting a home run.
Only Charlotte comes away with a win — but in Kannapolis, Wes Kath hit his second homer of the season.
It’s Friday the 13th, all right.
Andrew Vaughn leads the Knights to victory as he fights for a roster spot with the big league club
An offensive explosion by Birmingham highlights a 2-2 day for the affiliates.
The Dash had the only win today — and even they lost once, with a doubleheader split; Sean Burke had the best pitching performance of the day.
DJ Gladney, Raudy Read and Wes Kath mashed, and Tommy Sommer and Steven Moyers spun gems, on a 2-for-4 Saturday night.
Have you heard the good word about Yoán Moncada?
We are delighted to report that the Birmingham Barons have used up the entire organization’s allotted offense for this week
A walk-off in Kannapolis highlights a 2-2 day on the farm.
Zach Remillard hits over .400, Raudy Read clobbered three homers, Bryan Ramos keeps being good at baseball, and Cristian Mena took a no-hitter into the sixth inning.
Not a lot of good on the farm as a whole today, but Jason Bilous had a quality start, Tyler Osik had two homers, and Misael González hit one 460 feet.
Wes Benjamin, Tyler Neslony, Bryan Ramos, and Cristian Mena each earn April MVP slots, with Yolbert Sánchez getting a special mention for his great performance at two levels.
An offensive barrage in Birmingham, and in Charlotte, Yoán Moncada hit a homer and Joe Kelly appeared in his first rehab game.
Yoán Moncada is back in Charlotte, where he got a single and started at third, while the only offense to show up today was in Winston-Salem.
Catchers go deep at three out of four levels; lone holdout Adam Hackenberg compromises by reaching base three times
Johnny Cueto shoves; Zach Remillard mashes; Cristian Mena comes two outs away from a seven-inning no-no, which is real, dadgummit, it’s real!!!
The Knights, led by Adam Haseley and Carlos Pérez, put 10 on the board to highlight a 2-2 day on the farm.
Yolbert Sánchez gets three hits in his Triple-A debut, Oscar Colás gets his first home run in the White Sox organization, and Bryan Ramos notched his third homer of the year.
Blake Rutherford performed like the old top prospect he was last week as he, Davis Martin, Tyler Osik, and Terrell Tatum are MVPs.
Lots of homers on the farm today, with some from Shawn Goosenberg, Lenyn Sosa, and Wilfred Verás.
Johnny Cueto has a forgettable start, while Lincoln Henzman and Misael González continue their hot starts to the season.
The Winston-Salem Dash are the lone bright spot on a dark day with a 10-4 victory. Let’s focus on that!!!
Everyone Wins Except Kannapolis
A 21-hit performance by the Dash highlights a 2-2 day on the farm.
Yoelqui Céspedes hits his third homer to go along with great pitching performances out of Birmingham and Kannapolis.
It is early in the season, so the weekly MVPs were batter-heavy as Carlos Pérez, Lenyn Sosa, Bryan Ramos, and Colby Smelley earned the high marks last week.
Any updates would be appreciated.