White Sox Sign Jose Lopez

The White Sox have signed Jose Lopez to a minor league contract and assigned him to their Triple-A affiliate, according to the International League transactions page. The Indians released the utility man over the weekend.

Lopez, 28, hit .249/.272/.366 in 224 plate appearances for Cleveland this year while playing first, second, third, and right field. He has already appeared in one game for Chicago's Triple-A squad in Charlotte, picking up three hits including a double.


8 Responses to White Sox Sign Jose Lopez Leave a Reply

  1. Michael Rodgers 3 years ago

    I wish they would pick up Mike Fontenot if no one has picked him up already

    • brian310 3 years ago

      yeah seriously he can cover second short and third and was hitting like .289 with the Phillies. Would be a better bench player than Hudson

  2. Vic Santiago 3 years ago

    how is orlando hudson still on this team… Ray Olmedo plays more than him

  3. we don’t believe in OBP

  4. CitizenLoonie 3 years ago

    The offensively challenged Gordon Beckham can use a few days on the pine. Hello Lopez, goodbye Hudson.

  5. Wow larry, that WAS fast.

  6. ajp13237 3 years ago

    Kenny gets his guy!

  7. $21621694 3 years ago

    Jose Lopez is 28? feels like he has been around for a while now

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