Buried on the depth chart entering 2022, this slugging infielder’s timing has lined him up for Chicago
Adam Haseley (again), Lenyn Sosa (again), Duke Ellis, and Tommy Sommer are the MVPs of the week.
Lenyn Sosa, Colson Montgomery, and Jhoneiker Betancourt enjoy three-hit days at the AA, Single-A, and ACL levels, while Norge Vera debuted in Kannapolis
Eloy Jiménez gets two walks in his rehab assignment while Lenyn Sosa hits his 11th homer of the season, Alsander Womack slugs two solo shots, and Wes Kath and Colson Montgomery combine for five hits.
Seby Zavala, Lenyn Sosa, Luis Míeses, and Kohl Simas are the system MVPs, with Colson Montgomery just missing the cut
A huge day for the Barons offense highlights a 3-1 day for the affiliates
Yolbert Sánchez and Lenyn Sosa earn MVP nods as they look to push a promotion, while Terrell Tatum hits .750 for the Dash and Colson Montgomery continues his great season.
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.
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.
Catchers go deep at three out of four levels; lone holdout Adam Hackenberg compromises by reaching base three times
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.
A rare player who slowly but steadily keeps moving higher up the prospect lists.
Lenyn Sosa is voted the overall No. 20 prospect. Who is the 21st-best player in the White Sox system?
Three of the team’s Top 30 prospects manned shortstop in the higher minors this year.
Acronym leagues win, full-season teams lose
Top levels cruise, lower levels snooze or are suspended due to rain, as they say
Stellar starting pitching, some ultimately futile, as the system goes 2-3 on the day
Everyone but the Barons has their parade pretty thoroughly rained on
Still very young for his level, he’s flashed power to accompany great fielding
Vote for the 38th-best prospect in the White Sox system!
Intimidators come back to walk off; Voyagers two-hit Vibes; AZL Sox three-hit Indians, lose; Benyamin Bailey is an on-base machine masquerading as a 17-year-old
Daniel is unPalkable (does that work??); Steele Walker on the season: .299/.376/.476; Troutwine trout-dines (on pitching); Benyamin Bailey etc etc
Going deep in a short-slate night: Zach Remillard, Ian Dawkins, Amado Nuñez, Benyamin Bailey, Johnabiell Laureano
Let’s not talk about the Knights tonight
Luis Robert’s performance yesterday wasn’t a fluke; Gavin Sheets performs heroics; Andrew Vaughn does Andrew Vaughn things
Andrew Vaughn has arrived, and we are oh so happy to see him
You get a win! You get a win! You get a win! Sox farm system nearly sweeps the day
The farm takes only one game (thanks, Kannapolis!), but there were some great performances at every level
Successful Cease Day, Robert is Robert, JJ’s Slammer fuels the Dash, Stiever hurls a gem, the DSL Sox play a base ball game
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)
Near Nicolino-no, Sheets goes deep, Dash powered out, Dawkins keeps rawkin’