Third to first

• Charlotte catcher Josh Phegley and first baseman Andy Wilkins have been named to the International League postseason All-Star Team, as selected by managers, coaches, media and club representatives.

Phegley ranks among the IL leaders in home runs (3rd, 23), RBIs (3rd, 74), slugging percentage (3rd, .546), total bases (3rd, 220), OPS (4th, .886) and runs scored (6th, 69). Wilkins, the IL Player of the Month for July, leads the league in home runs (29), RBIs (84), extra-base hits (66) and total bases (266). He ranks second in doubles (36) and slugging percentage (.554) and is third in OPS (.891).

• Alexei Ramirez needed three home runs to reach 100 for his Major League career after swatting a two-run shot in the fifth inning Tuesday night.

• Minor League players who will be called up when rosters expand in September have not been told yet by the White Sox, so Hahn did not share their names on Tuesday. Both Charlotte and Birmingham finish their season on Sept. 1, so those players will join the White Sox in Minnesota on Sept. 2 following a team off-day.

• Hahn has a clear goal going into the upcoming offseason: Supplement some of the outstanding moves from the last year or 18 months to make this team a contender in 2015.

"That's absolutely our intent," Hahn said. "We obviously can't guarantee we're going to be able to make 'X' number of moves and we're going to be able to hit on as high as percentage of our targets as we did last year, but it's certainly our goal to address ideally all of what we feel are our needs, before they shift, as quickly as possible.

"It has never been about, 'Hey, we got two things done, so we're good.' The fact of the matter is we didn't get everything done last offseason, and we look forward to the chance coming up in the coming weeks, where we're able to get a little more aggressive in pursuing some answers out there."

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