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Sox announce new food offerings

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Sox announce new food offerings

Here's the official list of brand-new eating options at U.S. Cellular Field this year, courtesy of the White Sox:

Balkan Dog Cevapcici, a casing-less combination of pork, beef and lamb, served with diced white onions and a zesty red pepper and eggplant sauce on pita bread. It is a well-loved favorite in Eastern Europe. Located at the Chicago Cheese Steak cart on the 500-level near section 536.

Pastrami Cheese Steak Chicago spin on a Philadelphia favorite. A sandwich with sliced pastrami, melted cheese, sliced onions and sliced green peppers, served on a hoagie bun.

Bases Loaded Baked Potato Baked potato made your way. Fans choose either chicken carnita, beef barbacoa or bacon. Then load up on shredded cheddar cheese, broccoli, sour cream, chives, butter and salsa.

Burger Barn Offering DaBurger Double Play and the Juicy Lucy. DaBurger is a pork patty topped with cheddar, bacon, BBQ sauce and caramelized onions or with produce and your choice of condiments.The Juicy Lucy is stuffed with bacon and cheddar or jalapeno and cream cheese.

Owls Nest Chicken wings tossed in Hooters wing sauce. Your choice of medium, hot and honey Thai served with celery and choice of blue cheese or ranch dressing.

Chicken Sandwich All natural, free-range chicken breast grilled and served as a sandwich. Esteemed vendor Coleman Natural Foods provides chicken that has never been treated with hormones, antibiotics or preservatives.

Chicken Tenders Coleman Natural Foods also provides all natural chicken tenders for fans sophisticated palettes.

Vienna Hot Dogs with Pastrami Bacon All-beef hot dog with pastrami bacon add-on topping available at all hot dog portables.

Cookies and Cream Malt Cup Seat vendors and sweet stands now offer this special summer treat.

Irish Nacho Helmet French fries topped with cheese, sour cream, bacon and chives.Served in a kelly green souvenir helmet. Located in the Triple Play Caf (Section 110) and the Fan Deck (Section 100).

Bases Loaded Sundae A funnel cake topped with three scoops of soft serve ice cream, loaded with chocolate, nuts and other toppings.Served in our famous Batterman souvenir helmet.

After short stint in the majors, White Sox send Zack Collins to Triple-A

After short stint in the majors, White Sox send Zack Collins to Triple-A

When general manager Rick Hahn has talked about bringing up key prospects, he says he wants those players to be able to come up to the majors and stay there. That won't be the case with Zack Collins.

The White Sox sent the catcher down to Triple-A Charlotte following Monday's 5-2 loss to the Royals. No corresponding move will be made until Tuesday, but it is expected Welington Castillo will return from his rehab stint and rejoin the White Sox.

Collins was called up on June 18, but only played in nine games with seven starts in his 28 days on the big league roster. Collins drew a pinch-hit walk in his first plate appearance at the Cubs on June 19. He then homered two days later in his first start in Texas.

After that, Collins struggled. He goes back to Charlotte after hitting .077 (2-for-26) with five walks, the one home run and 14 strikeouts in 31 plate appearances.

It's unclear if Collins had a chance to stick on the roster or if the plan was for him to go back to Triple-A once Castillo was ready to return. Collins certainly didn't do himself any favors at the plate, but he also didn't see regular playing time.

Collins, a first-round pick in 2016, was seen working out at first base in fielding practice before games, but he stuck to catcher and DH. He could have played some first base or DH when Castillo returned. However, the White Sox claimed A.J. Reed off waivers and he debuted after the all-star break. Reed has taken the at-bats at DH, leaving Collins without regular at-bats.

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White Sox prospect Luis Robert on fire fresh off promotion to Triple-A

White Sox prospect Luis Robert on fire fresh off promotion to Triple-A

Luis Robert has been promoted twice in 2019, but nothing has slowed down his red-hot season.

The 21-year-old Cuban has only played in five games for Triple-A Charlotte, but has skipped past the adjustment period and has been productive in all five.

After collecting two hits, a walk and two stolen bases on Monday, Robert is hitting .429/.500/.810 for the Knights. He has reached base at least twice in every game with Charlotte.

Robert has shown some versatility in his game as well. He hit four extra base hits in his first three games, including two home runs in his first game for Charlotte. In the last two he has added three stolen bases. One of the stolen bases on Monday didn’t require a slide.


With Eloy Jimenez coming into his own for the White Sox and Dylan Cease one start into his major league career, Luis Robert is the clear gem of the White Sox system currently. The outfielder is ranked as the No. 5 prospect in baseball by MLB Pipeline.

Charlotte’s BB&T Ballpark is known as a hitters’ park and Triple-A plays with the same baseballs that have been under fire lately for being juiced for hitters in the majors. It makes sense that Robert would put up big numbers, but it’s still an impressive start that has White Sox fans antsy for his call-up.

It’s just five games and the White Sox haven’t been in any rush with their top prospects, but Robert is showing that he isn’t that far away from being ready for MLB pitching.

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