The White Sox have brought in right-hander Nash Walters on a minor league deal, per Baseball America’s transactions page.
Walters has one of the smaller major league careers you’ll see, having recorded a solitary out in his solitary big league appearance last year for the Angels. That’s too small of a sample size to draw any meaningful judgement, so it’s easier to look to minor leagues where Walters posted a 4.60 ERA over 47 innings at Double-A last year in the Brewers’ system.
A third round pick by Milwaukee in 2015, Walters worked his way up through their system but was purchased by the Angels at the backend of last season, which also brought about his big league debut.
He’s still only seen a handful of innings at the highest level of the minors, with the bulk of his work coming at Double-A. He’ll spend time at Triple-A Charlotte for the White Sox though, where he’ll provide the team with some relief pitching depth.
I remember Nash Bridges, but not Nash Walters.
Dumpster Divin Theo
The unholy offspring of Nash and Baba Wawa that time they hooked up
The White Sox going all in!
I think this is the child of Barbra Walters and Jaime Walters
If that’s true he would appreciate The View from The Heights of the Sears Tower.
Best of luck to Nash.
Why not. No one on the major league roster seems to be able to play.
Might be a good move. He’s only 25 and it appears he was out of baseball for a few years. Injury?
He’s actually at AA Birmingham, not AAA Charlotte
Sox must be losing to get the first draft pick, LoL!