As part of a weekly series, presented by Ozinga, CSNChicago.com will highlight the top performances of several prospects in a weekly minor league report.
White Sox Blueprint Player of the Week: Micker Adolfo (OF), Kannapolis Intimidators
The White Sox are finally seeing the player they envisioned when they signed the No. 2 ranked international prospect in 2013.
As he still grows into his 6-foot-3, 200-pound frame, Micker Adolfo has put his power potential on display in Kannapolis this season.
Adolfo has been on a tear throughout his last 10 games as he's hit .368 to go along with three home runs, seven RBI and four walks.
On the season, Adolfo is slashing .286/.347/.493 and has already set career-highs in several categories, including home runs (8), RBI (35), hits (65), doubles (21) and runs (37).
It looks like that nagging thumb injury is finally behind MLB's No. 1 prospect.
In his last 10 games at Charlotte, Moncada is batting .282 with a home run, six RBI and a stolen base. Moncada has also shown an impressive eye at the plate during that span, as he had a 12/11 BB/K ratio.
It's spelled trouble for opposing hitters when Jordan Stephens has been on the mound in 2017.
The Texas-native has started three games since coming off the DL and carries an 0.98 ERA with 15 strikeouts in 18.1 innings pitched.
Stephens is currently MLB Pipeline's No. 14 White Sox prospect.
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After a slow start following a promotion to Winston-Salem, the forgotten piece from the Washington Nationals in the Adam Eaton trade has been on a tear.
In three June starts, Dane Dunning has allowed just three earned runs on 13 hits and has 23 strikeouts in 17.2 innings pitched.
DSL White Sox
Although he hasn't homered since his first game in the Dominican Summer League, Cuban outfielder Luis Robert has shown tremendous discipline in the batter's box.
Robert has averaged one walk per game and has a .258 batting average in 10 games. He's also added four stolen bases on the season.
Great Falls Voyagers
A pair of players from the White Sox 2016 draft class have gotten off to hot starts in the Rookie League.
Anthony Villa, a 19th rounder out of St. Mary's, has a robust 1.777 OPS in his first four games and has belted two home runs and six RBI.
Infielder Luis Curbello, a sixth-round selection out of Cocoa High School in Florida, has a .429/.529/.714 slash line with a home run and two RBI.