Wow, after losing out on Chris Sale and being unable to get the McCutchen deal completed, the Nationals finally found a deal they could get done, trading their 1st, 3rd, and 6th prospects for Adam Eaton. Chicago will receive pitchers Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo Lopez, and Dane Dunning in the deal. Eaton, who turned 28 on…… Continue reading Nats Trade The Farm For Adam Eaton
After trading away Chris Sale to the Red Sox, the White Sox immediately jumped on the trade Jose Quintana train. The Sox are apparently “in serious talks” with multiple teams vying for Quintana’s services. So far the Nationals and Astros are two named teams in talks. While often overshadowed by Sale in Chicago, Quintana has…… Continue reading Is Jose Quintana The Next To Go?
As if it wasn’t enough of a death sentence to be in the AL East, the Red Sox have now acquired Chris Sale from Chicago. Boston will send third-baseman Yoan Moncada, pitcher Michael Kopech, outfielder Luis Alexander Basabe, and pitcher Victor Diaz to Chicago. Word is Chicago made the Nats offer public when Washington started…… Continue reading Red Sox Acquire Chris Sale
Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale was a very late scratch from today’s start due to an unspecified clubhouse incident. The White Sox released a statement saying that Sale was “sent home” due to a “clubhouse incident” and the matter was “under further investigation.” https://twitter.com/whitesox/status/756983172089384960?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Rumor has it that Sale was upset over the usage…… Continue reading Update: Sale Scratched From Start After Clubhouse Incident
The Padres have agreed to trade James Shields to the White Sox in exchange for Erik Johnson and prospect Fernando Tatis Jr. San Diego will also be picking up $31 of the $58 million still owed to Shields. With Shields aboard, the expectation is that either Mat Latos or Miguel Gonzalez will lose his spot…… Continue reading James Shields Traded To White Sox
“Sorry, I don’t know how to slide” – Albers after using Neil Walker’s body to stop himself at second.
And the umpires were wrong.
The next “Bring Your Kids to Work Day” in Chicago is gonna be real awkward….
Frazier sets an example for all of us.