White Sox Triple-A minor league affiliate shutout at home by division rival while other minor league teams in farm system were also in action on Monday.
The Chicago White Sox were unable to complete their game on Monday due to rain. However, all of their minor league affiliates were in action on Memorial Day. The Sox Triple-A affiliate Charlotte Knights were shutout at home 10-0 by the Durham Bulls.
Charlotte collected just three hits on the day against the Bulls as Sox top catching prospect Zack Collins went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. Danny Mendick, Alcides Escobar and Adam Engel were the only Knights players to collect a hit on Monday.
With the loss, the Knights record fell to 27-21 on the season. The Knights are 2.5 games behind the Bulls in the International League South division. Charlotte will begin a six-game road trip on Tuesday night as they open a three-game series with the Indianapolis Indians. Dylan Cease is expected to start for the Knights on Wednesday night.
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Another Sox affiliate, Double-A Birmingham also loss on Monday night. The Barons were defeated 8-4 by the Chattanooga Lookouts on the road. Luis Robert went 1-for-4 with a strikeout. Luis Gonzalez collected three hits while Gavin Sheets went 2-for-4 at the plate.
Alec Hansen who was reassigned to the Barons at the beginning of this month pitched 1.1 innings while allowing two earned runs and recorded two strikeouts.
Both Single-A affiliates for the Sox won their respective games on Monday. High-A Winston-Salem defeated the Salem Red Sox 6-1 on the road to improve their record to 27-23. Nick Madrigal went 2-for-5. Steele Walker also collected two hits while Tyler Frost and Zach Remillard each collected three hits at the plate.
Low-A Kannapolis won its contest over the Lakewood BlueClaws with a 4-1 victory. The Intimidators had a combined 12 hits with Alex Destino leading the way with three hits and two RBIs. Ramon Beltre went 2-for-4 and Gunnar Troutwine also went 2-for-4.
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