White Sox Release Freddie Bynum

The Chicago White Sox have released Freddie Bynum, according to Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune (via Twitter). The Sox signed Bynum to a minor league contract earlier in the winter, but parted ways with the infielder today, allowing him to pursue opportunities in Japan.

The 29-year-old last played in the majors in 2008 with the Orioles. For his career, he has posted a .234/.275/.379 line in 188 games.

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  1. Guest 5 years ago

    Come on Hiroshima Carp!!! This is your guy!!!!

  2. danks50 5 years ago

    “For his career, he has posted a .234/.275/.379 line in 188 games.”

    Surprised Ozzie didn’t try to DH him.

  3. Next stop for Freddy, Cincinnati Reds! He’s a Dusty kind of player. Might even be given the leadoff job before ST gets into full swing.

  4. BradyAndersonsSideburns 5 years ago

    Ahhh good ole Freddie Bynum. Every time Kevin Millar would come up in the 9th inning of a close game Freddie Bynum would start stretching in the dugout, in case Millar somehow found a way on base. That was about all he was good for.

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