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What did White Sox prospects do yesterday? More trouble for Carson Fulmer in the minor leagues

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What did White Sox prospects do yesterday? More trouble for Carson Fulmer in the minor leagues

Here's your daily update on what the White Sox highly touted prospects are doing in the minor leagues.

Triple-A Charlotte

The good news is that Carson Fulmer only issued one walk in his fourth start at Charlotte since being demoted from the big league club. The bad news is he allowed six runs, five of which were earned, on nine hits, including two homers, in just five innings in this 6-2 loss. Fulmer's 3.68 ERA over those four starts isn't too terrible, but a lot of hitters have reached base against him. In 22 innings, Fulmer's walked 15 batters and given up 19 hits.

Double-A Birmingham

Spencer Adams allowed just one run over six innings in this 3-2 loss. Adams is in a nice groove lately, with one earned run allowed in 21 innings over his last three starts. Eloy Jimenez, Zack Collins and Seby Zavala each had a hit in this one.

Class A Winston-Salem

Joel Booker had two hits, including a double, in this 2-1 win. Micker Adolfo had a hit, and Blake Rutherford scored a run.

Class A Kannapolis

Luis Robert, Luis Gonzalez and Luis Curbelo each had a hit in this 4-1 win.

Daily White Sox prospects update: Quality starts from Dane Dunning and Dylan Cease

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Daily White Sox prospects update: Quality starts from Dane Dunning and Dylan Cease

Here's your daily update on what the White Sox highly touted prospects are doing in the minor leagues.

Class A Winston-Salem

Domination all around for the Dash in this 10-4 win. Dylan Cease turned in a quality start, with three runs allowed and nine strikeouts in six innings to bring his ERA to 2.97 on the campaign. Blake Rutherford and Joel Booker each had three hits. Micker Adolfo had two hits, including his seventh home run of the season.

Double-A Birmingham

Dane Dunning was once again very good, giving up just one run in 6.2 innings in this 3-1 win. He added seven strikeouts to his season total, which now stands at 55 in 50.1 innings since being promoted to Double-A. He's got a 3.22 ERA in nine starts since joining the Barons. Eloy Jimenez added a hit and a run scored in this one, and Seby Zavala had a hit and a walk.

Triple-A Charlotte

Thyago Vieira still has a 4.23 ERA on the season, but he's settled into a nice groove recently. He hasn't allowed a run in his last six appearances, including the scoreless inning he tossed in this 8-6 win. He's given up just two hits during that stretch, too, which has been 7.2 innings long.

Class A Kannapolis

Luis Robert had two hits in this 5-4 loss. So too did Luis Curbelo, the White Sox No. 23 prospect. Curbelo, a sixth-round draft pick in 2016, is slashing .293/.356/.366 in 12 games with the Intimidators this season.

Daily White Sox prospects update: Luis Robert with two hits in his second game of season

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Daily White Sox prospects update: Luis Robert with two hits in his second game of season

Here's your daily update on what the White Sox highly touted prospects are doing in the minor leagues.

Class A Kannapolis

​Luis Robert picked up his first two hits of the season, one going for extra bases, and he drove in two runs in a 6-4 win. He also stole a base. Lincoln Henzman lowered his ERA to 2.56 on the season with six innings of one-run ball.

Class A Winston-Salem

Luis Alexander Basabe hit his eighth home run of the season, which leads this team packed with offensive talent. Blake Rutherford had three hits, including a double, in the 9-4 loss. Alex Call had two hits, including a triple.

Double-A Birmingham

Jordan Guerrero had a relatively brief outing, allowing six runs in his four innings of work in this 8-4 loss. He's got a 6.55 ERA in his 12 starts this season. Eloy Jimenez had two hits, a walk and an RBI, and Zack Collins and Seby Zavala each walked.

Triple-A Charlotte

Jordan Stephens had a rough outing, surrendering seven runs in just four innings in a 7-0 loss. It was his first start giving up more than two earned runs since joining Charlotte last month.