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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Moving up to Double-A

    Schultz was promoted to Double-A Birmingham on Sunday, James Fegan of reports.

    Schultz has produced a 3.95 ERA and 0.91 WHIP with 42 strikeouts over 27.1 innings in seven starts with Single-A Winston-Salem so far this season, and he'll now move up another step in Chicago's farm system. The left-hander was selected in the first round of the 2022 MLB Draft by the White Sox, and he's considered one of the organization's top pitching prospects.

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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Likely to debut Saturday

    White Sox pitching coordinator Matt Zaleski said Schultz (shoulder) is scheduled to pitch in his first game this spring Saturday, Scott Merkin of reports.

    Schultz will presumably pitch in a minor-league game rather than in the Cactus League, given that he has yet to make his debut in full-season ball. The White Sox have been proceeding cautiously with the 2022 first-round draft pick in spring training after he finished the 2023 season on the injured list at Single-A Kannapolis due to a left shoulder impingement. He also missed extensive time earlier last season due to a forearm strain, resulting in him logging just 27 total innings for Kannapolis. Zaleski noted that Schultz has been throwing in live batting practices up to this point in the spring and has sported a fastball that checks in at around 96-to-98 miles per hour, per Merkin. Though all seems well for Schultz on the health front and the expectation is that he'll open the season with Kannapolis or High-A Winston-Salem rather than sticking around at extended spring training, the White Sox plan to limit him to around 65 to 80 innings in 2024, according to Zaleski.

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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Hits IL with shoulder issue

    Single-A Kannapolis placed Schultz on its 7-day injured list Sunday with a left shoulder impingement, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Though Schultz's diagnosis of a shoulder impingement rather than a shoulder strain amounts to positive news, the injury could still be enough to keep the 20-year-old on the shelf for the remainder of the 2023 campaign. Schultz had previously missed the first two months of the season with a forearm strain before he was cleared to make his professional debut June 2. In 10 starts with Kannapolis, Schultz has compiled a 1.33 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 38:6 K:BB in 27 innings.

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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Set for pro debut

    Schultz (forearm) is set to make his pro debut with Low-A Kannapolis on Friday, James Fox of FutureSox reports.

    Schultz has been working his way back from a forearm strain suffered in spring training but has reportedly looked terrific during workouts in Arizona. It's an aggressive assignment considering Schultz won't turn 20 until August and has not yet made an appearance in affiliated ball, but it's one which points to how highly the White Sox think of the young hurler.

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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Throwing live batting practice

    Schultz (forearm) will throw live batting practice Friday, Scott Merkin of reports.

    It will be the second live BP session Schultz has thrown since he went down with a left forearm strain in spring training. Once healthy, the young southpaw will likely be assigned to rookie ball.

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  • White Sox's Noah Schultz: Out with forearm strain

    Schultz suffered a left forearm strain in spring training and is rehabbing in extended spring training, Jim Callis of reports.

    Callis says the White Sox are being cautious with Schultz and he is unlikely to see game action before June, as he was going to have his innings monitored anyway in his first full season as a pro. Schultz has a high ceiling, but he isn't an ideal stash in mid-sized dynasty leagues as we won't see him for a couple months at least and this is the type of injury that could eventually lead to surgery.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-9, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Naperville, IL
Age: 20
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: L, L