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Arizona League White Sox

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Arizona League White Sox
Founded in 2014
Phoenix, Arizona
Minor league affiliations
LeagueArizona League
Major league affiliations
TeamChicago White Sox
Team data
BallparkCamelback Ranch

The Arizona League (AZL) White Sox is a member franchise of the Rookie-level Arizona League in American minor league baseball.[1][2] The AZL White Sox re-entered the league in 2014 after an 11-year hiatus. They previously played from 1998 through 2002.

Contemporary AZL White Sox

At the close of the 2013 season, the parent Chicago White Sox announced their intention to sever their 19-year-long relationship with the Bristol White Sox of the Appalachian League, and relocate their second rookie-level affiliation with an Arizona League team operating from the team's spring training base at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona.[2] The return of the White Sox to the AZL was subject to the league's board of directors, but AZL president Bob Richmond said in October that he "didn't foresee any difficulties."[2] The AZL White Sox share the Camelback Ranch stadium with the Arizona League Dodgers, whose parent team, the Los Angeles Dodgers, also trains at the Glendale facility. The 2014 AZL White Sox finished tied for fourth overall in the circuit, with a 30–25 (.545) record,[3] and will return to the field in 2015.

The Pittsburgh Pirates replaced the White Sox in Bristol, Virginia, and the Appalachian League as the new owners and operators of the Bristol Pirates.[4]

Predecessor franchise

The White Sox' previous entry in the Arizona League played at facilities in Tucson (1998–2000) and Phoenix (2001–02). The team formed after the parent team moved their spring training headquarters from Sarasota, Florida, to Tucson Electric Park after the 1997 season, in the process effectively transplanting their Rookie-level Gulf Coast League White Sox across the country to the Arizona League. The AZL White Sox compiled a record of 115–161 (.417) during their first incarnation, never posting a winning mark. The White Sox departed the Arizona League in 2003, affiliating with what is now the Great Falls Voyagers of the Pioneer League; in 2014, Great Falls will mark its 12th season as a White Sox farm club.


Arizona League White Sox roster
Players Coaches/Other


  • 43 Hector Acosta
  • 39 Garvin Alston
  • 50 Cooper Bradford
  • 36 Jeremiah Burke
  • -- Isaiah Carranza
  • 24 Andrew Dalquist
  • 33 Justin Friedman
  • 21 Joseph Jarneski
  • 44 Tyson Messer
  • 48 Vladimir Nunez
  • 49 Luis Rodriguez
  • -- Luke Shilling
  • 53 Nick Silva
  • 22 Matthew Thompson
  • 47 Mac Welsh


  • -- Jakob Goldfarb
  • 45 Daniel Millwee
  • 61 Gabriel Ortiz
  • 77 Victor Torres


  • 15 Harold Diaz
  • 25 DJ Gladney
  •  8 Sidney Pimentel
  • 13 Samil Polanco
  • 10 Bryan Ramos
  •  5 Jose Rodriguez


  •  6 James Beard
  • 26 Anthony Coronado
  • 29 Logan Glass
  • 12 Misael Gonzalez
  • 27 Josue Guerrero
  • 20 Chase Krogman



Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Chicago White Sox 40-man roster
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporary inactive list
Roster updated January 14, 2020
→ More rosters: MiLB • Arizona League
Chicago White Sox minor league players

Notable alumni (1998–2002)

Former Major League All-Star catcher Tony Peña began his career as a manager with the 1998 AZL White Sox. He has since managed the MLB Kansas City Royals (2003–2005) and was a coach for the New York Yankees from 2006–17.


  1. ^
  2. ^ a b c Baseball America, 2013-10-18
  3. ^ Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2014). Baseball America 2015 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1-932391-54-1.
  4. ^ Pittsburgh Pirates official site

External links

This page was last edited on 1 June 2020, at 12:45
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