Minor Moves: Tyler Kuhn, Chih-Wei Hu

Here are the day's minor moves…

  • The Diamondbacks acquired utility man Tyler Kuhn from the White Sox for cash, reports Dan Hayes of CSNChicago.com (Twitter links). The 25-year-old hit .273/.309/.384 in 449 plate appearances for Chicago's Triple-A affiliate this season while playing second base, third base, and left field.
  • The Twins have signed Taiwanese pitching prospect Chih-Wei Hu for $220K, reports MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez (on Twitter). The 18-year-old right-hander reportedly runs his fastball into the low-90s.


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3 Comments on "Minor Moves: Tyler Kuhn, Chih-Wei Hu"


3 years 23 days ago

More Hu’s on first jokes in a couple of years.

jwsox
3 years 22 days ago

Sox should not have traded Kuhn. He was a good possible insurance policy for beckham

CHendershott
3 years 22 days ago

My thoughts exactly. The White Sox have a utility infielder hitting .273 in the minors? That’s one of our weak spots on the roster and they gave him up for cash. At 25, I wouldn’t have minded seeing him in the majors, because right now the best backup infielder we have is Orlando Hudson.