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July 1, 2010

Draft pick stats: SS Ethan Wilson (25th round), LHP Pete Gehle (27th round)

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ July 1, 2010 3:42 pm
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Pick Round Player School Pos B/T Ht Wt DOB Class
758 25 Wilson, Ethan Indiana U SS R/R 6’00″ 190 1989-03-09 SO
818 27 Gehle, Pete Azusa Pacific U LHP L/L 6’06″ 240 1988-01-15 SR

Stats:

SS Ethan Wilson (25th round):

Year
avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld%
2010
.298 36-25 94 21 28 9 0 7 24 58 .617 8 3 19 2 .371 0 1 1-2 40 94 5 .964
2009
.400 5-4 10 2 4 1 0 0 4 5 .500 1 0 2 0 .417 1 2 0-0 4 6 1 .909
2008
.292 41-29 106 13 31 6 0 2 23 43 .406 8 3 20 5 .350 3 0 0-0 19 46 10 .867

LHP Pete Gehle (27th round):

Year G GS CG SHO W L IP R ER SV ERA AB H 2B 3B HR HBP WP BB SO
2009 18 16 2 0 6 4 96.2 45 38 0 3.54 376 108 19 1 6 5 10 21 70
2010 14 13 1 0 7 4 82.0 63 51 0 5.60 328 90 17 1 11 3 5 23 86
Total 32 29 3 0 13 8 178.2 108 89 0 4.48 704 198 36 2 17 8 15 44 156

John Sickels on Dan Hudson

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ July 1, 2010 1:17 pm
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John Sickels:

White Sox prospect Dan Hudson is currently having a strong season in Triple-A: 11-3, 3.57, 102/29 K/BB in 88 innings, 78 hits for Charlotte. The K/IP ratio is a huge positive, and his control has been good, the only negative is a fairly high home run rate with 12 dingers given up. Overall, though, he’s having a fine campaign that consolidates the progress he made last year, when he began the season in the Sally League and ended it in the majors. I think he’s going to be a better pitcher than some who rank higher on most prospect lists.

And Kevin Goldstein:

Dan Hudson, RHP, White Sox (Triple-A Charlotte): 6 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K. Dominant of late; 2.06 ERA in last eight starts with twice as many strikeouts (54) than hits allowed (27) in 48 innings.

And FutureSox:

Hudson has been terrific this year, but if there’s one quip, it’s that he doesn’t usually last past the 6th inning, so perhaps efficiency is something for him to work on.

And a video interview (9:14).

Washington Nationals inquire about Carlos Quentin

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ July 1, 2010 2:13 am
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MLB.com:

From an offensive standpoint, Washington ranks near the bottom of the Major Leagues in runs scored. [Washington GM] Rizzo has tried to improve in this category, having inquired about Royals outfielder David DeJesus and White Sox outfielder Carlos Quentin, but he was told those players are not available.

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