Jump to content

MiLB 2022 Catch All thread


Recommended Posts

15 minutes ago, thxfrthmmrs said:

Anyone has updates on Vera? Turning 22 in a month, I’m surprised he’s not starting out at Kanny.

He had a lat strain before the real st even started. Will be out a few months.

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

30 minutes ago, Chicago White Sox said:

This may be a dumb question, but what does that mean exactly?

A player on Optional Assignment from an MLB Reserve List (40-man roster) can be placed onto the Development List of the minor league affiliate to which he has been optioned, but only with consent of the player.  

A player cannot be placed on the Development List for the purpose of injury rehabilitation or disciplinary action.

A player can be placed on the Development List only during his minor league club's regular season, the player must remain on the Development List for at least seven days, and the player must be reinstated from the Developmental List no later than the day after the conclusion of his minor league club's season.

A player on the Development List counts against the in-season minor league 180-man Domestic Reserve List (or MLB 40-man roster if the player is on Optional Assignment), but he does not count against the minor league club's Active List roster.  

A player is paid by the MLB club while he is on the Development List.  

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

 

Quote

 

Yoelqui Céspedes, OF, Chicago White Sox
Level & Affiliate: Double-A Birmingham Age: 24 Org Rank: TBD FV: 35+
Weekend Line: 4-for-13, 2 HR, 1 BB, 2 K

Notes
While I continue to be skeptical of Céspedes because of his approach at the plate, his stock is absolutely up this spring because he is running much faster than last year and has given himself a chance to stay in center field. He has viable range out there now, and was posting average run times during the spring and looked plus under way. Céspedes does tend to get himself out by offering at early-count junk, but if he can stay in center, even for a little while, he has enough power to support some kind of part-time role despite what is likely to be a very low OBP. His All-World arm gives him another way to impact the game. Maybe the ball/strike recognition piece will still come; because of his defection and the pandemic, Céspedes barely saw pro-quality pitching in his early-20s, not really until last year.

 

https://blogs.fangraphs.com/monday-prospect-notes-4-18-2022/

Link to comment
Share on other sites

26 minutes ago, southsider2k5 said:

 

I would imagine he would sign as part of next year's class. Most teams are tapped out with this year's class. Our Sox have some money left but probably not enough.  Honestly, not sure where the Sox interest is with him.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, Joshua Strong said:

Really pleased with James Beard. He can be a really exciting player. He has tools that you can’t teach either with his speed. 

Hopefully keeps it up...Was a super exciting prospect coming out

Link to comment
Share on other sites

White Sox: Jason Bilous, RHP (No. 17)
Part of Coastal Carolina's 2016 College World Series championship team, Bilous has pitched his way to Double-A and onto Chicago's 40-man roster since turning pro as a 13th-rounder in 2018. He's making progress as a starter, but his 92-97 mph four-seam fastball and low-80s slider would play up out of the bullpen, and he doesn't have a long track record of filling the strike zone.

mlb.com

From an article where Jim Callis selected every team’s future closer…from their major or minor league rosters.

 

Edited by caulfield12
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Looks like Longenhagen has an updated White Sox prospect list?

https://blogs.fangraphs.com/chicago-white-sox-top-28-prospects-2022/

Hello Bryan Ramos at the top.

Quote

Ramos is still a fairly crude baseball player, but the fact that he has performed the way he has while also being described (mostly by scouts) as “raw,” means that if he starts to polish his impressive tools, he’s going to be a star. He takes some wreckless swings, but he’s still a career .263/.354/.428 hitter in the minors, with all but his 2022 production coming during his teenage years. Most hitters who swing as freely as Ramos does strike out a lot, but he has tended to K at a 20% or lower clip throughout his pro career. He has plus bat speed, a compact, athletic swing that features a very flexible lower half and a hitting posture that allows Ramos to cover most of the plate with swings that generate lift. Based on his age and the quality of his statistical performance, ZiPS loves Ramos, ranking him 20th among all the prospects in the minor leagues. We knew Szymborski’s model had Ramos slotted that highly on its preseason rankings, which caused those of us working on the Top 100 to re-evaluate him heavily in the lead up to the list’s publication. Scouting sources generally agreed he was too risky and unpolished for that right now, but that Ramos has the tools for it. He also has flashes of brilliance on defense and his athleticism makes him extremely rangy over at third base, though that part of his profile may not be settled as Ramos has gotten reps at second and third in the past. In many ways, Ramos is like Rays prospect Curtis Mead, except a few levels lower in the minors. He clearly has feel for contact and generates exciting power when he makes that contact, but the plate discipline piece and unsettled defensive fit make him a prospect of extreme variance. He’s off to a tremendous statistical start in 2022 and could be a Top 100 prospect if even one of these issues is settled in his favor this season.

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

Bit of transactions today. Including an injured Lambert.

05/03/22 Birmingham Barons released LF Cornelius Randolph.
05/03/22 Birmingham Barons activated OF Ian Dawkins from the 7-day injured list.
05/03/22 RHP Lincoln Henzman assigned to Charlotte Knights from Birmingham Barons.
05/03/22 RHP Edgar Navarro assigned to Birmingham Barons from Winston-Salem Dash.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights transferred RHP Jhan Marinez to the Development List.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights placed RHP Jimmy Lambert on the 7-day injured list.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights released CF Luis Alexander Basabe.
05/03/22 RHP Brody Koerner assigned to Charlotte Knights.
   
Edited by DirtySox
Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 hours ago, DirtySox said:

Bit of transactions today. Including an injured Lambert.

05/03/22 Birmingham Barons released LF Cornelius Randolph.
05/03/22 Birmingham Barons activated OF Ian Dawkins from the 7-day injured list.
05/03/22 RHP Lincoln Henzman assigned to Charlotte Knights from Birmingham Barons.
05/03/22 RHP Edgar Navarro assigned to Birmingham Barons from Winston-Salem Dash.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights transferred RHP Jhan Marinez to the Development List.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights placed RHP Jimmy Lambert on the 7-day injured list.
05/03/22 Charlotte Knights released CF Luis Alexander Basabe.
05/03/22 RHP Brody Koerner assigned to Charlotte Knights.
   

Hope Lambert is ok, or the Sox SP depth just hit rock bottom once Cueto gets called up.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...