Stellar all-around performances in Birmingham and Winston-Salem allowed the system to go .500 on Wednesday
A bloodbath in Birmingham headlines the farm’s performances today
An extraordinary back-and-forth win in Birmingham highlights a pretty fun day on the farm
An 18-run outburst in Birmingham highlighted a 2-2 day on the farm
The sole winners today were the Dash, who were rained out
Ascendant outfielder Luis Mieses rounds out the Top 10. Who is the 11th-best prospect in the White Sox system?
Yasmani Grandal homers in Charlotte, and Luis Mieses finished his first week in Birmingham with a .500 average
Duke Ellis and Luis Mieses get top honors at Project Birmingham, while Keegan Fish and Riley Jepson play heroes in an exciting Dash win
Romy González homered in his return to Charlotte, and Matthew Thompson’s second Double-A start is much better than his first
A walk-off home run in Charlotte highlights a 3-1 day on the farm. Also, Eloy Jiménez homered.
After a perfect day on Saturday, the farm goes 3-1, with Lenyn Sosa still playing hitting homers — in Birmingham, for some reason.
Seby Zavala, Lenyn Sosa, Luis Míeses, and Kohl Simas are the system MVPs, with Colson Montgomery just missing the cut
Adam Haseley and Bryan Ramos club two homers, while Sean Burke throws six scoreless
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.
An offensive barrage in Birmingham, and in Charlotte, Yoán Moncada hit a homer and Joe Kelly appeared in his first rehab game.
A 21-hit performance by the Dash highlights a 2-2 day on the farm.
Intrigue and plate discipline in the lower minors propel the system to a 3-1 day.
None of his five tools are off the charts, but the combination is mighty fine.
Luis Mieses is voted the overall No. 16 prospect. Who is the 17th-best player in the White Sox system?
Luis Mieses and Misael González head the list.
Acronym leagues win, full-season teams lose
A fair amount of movement in the system this month, meanwhile minor league veterans earn July MVPs
This sleek center fielder has performed at a young age at every level
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As the season winds down, promotions slow — but Bernardo Flores finds himself back with the Barons and Micker Adolfo is hitting in Arizona
Yolbert Sánchez could be on the move Stateside, after just 10 games in the DSL
Even with some teams off, just one win in the minors makes for a rough day
The 2018 Pioneer League champs are back, with a new and still very young squad
Still young enough to tantalize with five tools
"Sports is a business of failure. Only one team is going to win every year. But the fact that you finished second or third or fourth, it doesn't mean you had a bad year." -Jerry Reinsdorf