Trending on the Farm: Ramos Mashed, Schultz Deals

Bryan Ramos (Jim Margalus / Sox Machine)

This series will highlight player trends from the top prospects in the White Sox system as well as any other notable performances across all affiliates.

Top of the Crop

NOTE: This piece will focus on players that are currently in the minor leagues, so Óscar Colás is omitted as he’s with the White Sox. Stateside affiliates only played three games this week due to the All-Star break.

RankPlayer (Position) [Level]Last Week (7/10 – 7/16)Trend
1Colson Montgomery (SS) [A+].250/.571/.250, .821 OPS, R↖️
3​Bryan Ramos (3B/2B) [AA].455/.563/.727, 1.290 OPS, 3R, HR, 4 RBI↖️
4Noah Schultz (LHP) [A]2.1 IP, 4 H, BB, 5 K↖️
5Lenyn Sosa (2B/SS) [AAA].000/.000/.000, .000 OPS⬇️
6José Rodríguez (2B/SS) [AA].294/.294/.529, .823 OPS, 5R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 SB↖️
7Cristian Mena (RHP) [AA]6 IP, 3 H, 2R (2 ER), 2 BB, 5 K↖️
8Peyton Pallette (RHP) [A]4 IP, 3 H, R (ER), 3 BB, 7 K⬆️
9Sean Burke (RHP) [AAA]7-day IL🩹
10Norge Vera (RHP) [A+]60-day IL🩹
11Jonathan Cannon (RHP) [AA]4 IP, 4 H, 3R (2 ER), 3 BB, 3 K↖️
Bryan Ramos

Bryan Ramos came out of the break hot, connecting for five hits in three games, including this loud home run in the Barons rout of the Blue Wahoos on Sunday.

Noah Schultz

For the first time in any of his starts this season, Noah Schultz allowed multiple hits. Schultz was able to work out of a bases loaded jam, but the pitch count piled up a bit earlier so his outing was cut shorter than expected.

Peyton Pallette

Peyton Pallette has now strung together two solid starts in a row (despite the walks). The 22 year old righty also had a season high seven strikeouts against Columbia.

Cristian Mena

After a couple of rough outings to kick off July, Cristian Mena got back on track in his latest outing. The 20 year old limited free passes while his breaking pitches worked well against the Blue Wahoos.

Jonathan Cannon

Jonathan Cannon made his AA debut and pitched well against Pensacola despite running into a bit of trouble in the third inning, in which both of his earned runs came in to score. Along with the three strikeouts, Cannon induced eight outs on the ground versus one in the air.

José Rodríguez

José Rodríguez totaled five hits against Pensacola pitching with two going for extra bases while also scoring five runs and going 2-for-2 on stolen bases.

Lenyn Sosa

Lenyn Sosa drew the collar across the board on offense, so let’s move on.

Colson Montgomery

Colson Montgomery walked more (five) than he struck out (two) while reaching base safely at least once in the three game set against Asheville. The 21 year old doesn’t seem destined to reside in Winston-Salem for much longer.

Best of the Rest

AAA (CharlottE)

Yolbert Sánchez

26 year old Yolbert Sánchez had a nice series against Jacksonville, knocking four hits in nine at bats while also being successful on his only stolen base attempt.

Sammy Peralta

25 year old southpaw Sammy Peralta had a nice start for the Knights, throwing four innings of two hit ball, allowing just one run (earned) while striking out three.

AA (birmingham)

Ben norman

Sunday afternoon in Birmingham was the Ben Norman show. The 25 year old outfielder single handedly beat the Blue Wahoos and had a 2.067 OPS in two games.

Xavier Fernández

Xavier Fernández continued to swing a hot bat, totaling eight hits in 11 at-bats, four of which went for extra bases (three doubles, home run) en route to a 2.000 OPS in two games.

A+ (Winston-Salem)

Jacob burke

Jacob Burke continued his on-base streak, which has now reached 48 consecutive games. The 22 year old outfielder also had an .846 OPS with three RBI and a stolen base in the three games against Asheville.

Tyler Schweitzer

22 year old lefty Tyler Schweitzer made his Winston-Salem debut and pitched well despite some defensive hiccups letting him down in a rough third inning. Schweitzer pitched three innings, allowed two hits, three runs (all unearned), walked two, and struck out four.

A (Kannapolis)

Mario Camilletti

24 year old second baseman Mario Camilletti had a good week at the plate for the Ballers, producing a 1.050 OPS and his first home run of the season against the Columbia Fireflies.

Brooks Baldwin

Brooks Baldwin continues his hot run at the plate, knocking two extra base hits (double, home run) en route to a .940 OPS in the quick three game set.

Mason Adams

Another week, another Mason Adams appearance. The 23 year old righty had a normal start instead of piggybacking with Noah Schultz and did not disappoint, throwing five innings of two hit baseball, allowing two runs (one earned), and struck out five.

Manuel Veloz

22 year old right hander Manuel Veloz pitched well in a relief appearance, throwing four innings, allowed just one hit, walked two, and struck out five.


Ronny Hernandez

In what was a short week amongst all stateside affiliated baseball, Ronny Hernandez led the ACL White Sox offense. The 18 year old catcher had four hits (one double) with a 1.547 OPS and three RBI in two games.

Guillermo Cuevas & Johnny Ray

24 year old lefty Guillermo Cuevas and 24 year old righty Johnny Ray each had excellent innings of work for the ACL White Sox. Both pitchers threw one scoreless inning allowing no hits or walks while striking out two batters.

Stiven Flores & Adrian Gil

Stiven Flores continues to pound the baseball for the DSL White Sox. The 17 year old catcher slashed .600/.588/.800 for a 1.388 OPS. Of his nine hits, three went for extra bases (three doubles) while he also drove in five, walked once, and went 1-for-1 on stolen bases.

17 year old infielder Adrian Gil had a nice week at the dish, slashing .333/.333/.667 for an even 1.000 OPS. Gil hit one double, one home run, and drove in three.

Jeremy Gonzalez

18 year old southpaw Jeremy Gonzalez was fantastic in his start last week for the DSL White Sox. Gonzalez threw six innings of two hit baseball, allowed no runs, walked one, and struck out five.

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I haven’t been able to find a scouting report on Stiven Flores. Any chance he sticks behind the plate?