Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE
Here's a roundup of all the recent news and notes regarding the Chicago White Sox.
Hey guys we've had a ton of content since the winter meetings, so it's easy to miss stuff. Here's the latest from the Chicago White Sox:
- The White Sox were active during the winter meetings, signing infielder Jeff Keppinger to a three-year, $12 million contract.
- While Chicago also reportedly had interest in re-signing veteran catcher A.J. Pierzynski this winter, the backstop ultimately reached an agreement with the Texas Rangers.
- Prior to his signing with the Rangers, Cee Agni offered her take on why Pierzynksi should have stayed with the White Sox.
- It’s recently been reported that the White Sox are in the market for a left-handed bat and that right-hander Gavin Floyd is available this winter. Some possible fits include free agents Adam LaRoche and Michael Bourn and Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Jason Kubel.
Also, be sure to follow the White Sox team stream for everything on the club!