A couple of longtime Sox farmhands, Ti’quan Forbes and Jameson Fisher, enjoyed career years in 2021.
Though the season ended in a big slump, it was still a division-winning year and ended up being the home to some of the top prospects in the system.
The minors play six doubleheader games and lose every single one; a redistribution of Fisher home runs might have helped
Yolbert Sánchez and Jameson Fisher went deep in very different ballgames; Adam Engel could not be contained on the basepaths
Runs wild: Knights sweep, Barons slug, Voyagers say eight is enough, DSL’s half-dozen are wild
Luis Robert is an All-Star among All-Stars, and several very young professional athletes hit well
Five teams, seven games, four wins for the farm
Palka smashes, Nolan mashes, Robert flashes (his talent??), Fisher lashes (one out of here), Dawkins slashes (.350/.408/.480), Laureano... uh... gnashes (sorry. I’m sorry)
Two hits, four walks, and one unearned run set the stage for the Barons, Dash and I’s decisions
Seven homers, seven runs scored in the seventh, seven runs given up in the seventh; there’s a theme I can’t quite put my finger on
If not for six-run comeback and a walk-off hit for the Dash, the organization might have been blanked for wins