White Sox Sign Luis Rodriguez

The White Sox signed infielder Luis Rodriguez to a minor league deal, reports Baseball America's Matt Eddy.  Rodriguez had signed with the Indians earlier in the offseason, but was recently released.

Rodriguez, 29, hit .202/.319/.260 in 251 plate appearances for the Padres last year, with the fourth-worst OPS in baseball for a player with that many PAs.  He was considered the team's starting shortstop at one point, but lost his job to Everth Cabrera.


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6 Comments on "White Sox Sign Luis Rodriguez"


jwsox
5 years 3 months ago

oh o….here it comes another big move by kenny…If these minor moves keep happening along with coats i really do wonder if there is a block buster on the way….usually when GM’s stock up these types of guys we can see a major leaguer about to get moved….

lug
5 years 3 months ago

Kenny is just trying to amass as many non impact players as possible, like he is in a race with Hendry.

Yankees420
5 years 3 months ago

“Rodriguez, 29, hit .202/.319/.260 in 251 plate appearances for the Padres last year, with the fourth-worst OPS in baseball for a player with that many PAs.”

….and your reaction to this is “block buster on the way” because?

jwsox
5 years 3 months ago

i was kidding, kenny is clearly trying to load up the farm system with out having to trade anyone

Yankees420
5 years 3 months ago

Gotcha. Sarcasm is often hard to detect on the internet.

whitesoxfan424
5 years 3 months ago

L-Rod?

Fail