The Chicago White Sox brought in another first baseman with Yonder Alonso from the Cleveland Indians, which could have certain Manny Machado-shaped free agent implications.
by: N/A — MLB: White Sox 31m
CHICAGO -- A few days before premium free agent Manny Machado reportedly will be visiting with the White Sox, the team enhanced its recruitment process by adding his brother-in-law via trade. Yonder Alonso was acquired from Cleveland on Friday night...
by: Eric Cole — SB Nation: MLB Daily Dish 44m
The White Sox made an interesting move to acquire the Indians’ first baseman.
by: AP — Fox Sports 47m
AP source: Chicago White Sox acquire first baseman Yonder Alonso in trade with Cleveland Indians
by: Daryl Van Schouwen — Chicago Sun-Times 52m
The White Sox have have acquired first baseman Yonder Alonso from the Cleveland Indians according to reports.
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by: Jason Wilson — The Score 54m
The Chicago White Sox have acquired first baseman Yonder Alonso from the Cleveland Indians, a source tells Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.Alonso, 31, slashed .250/.317/.421 with 23 home runs and 83 RBIs in his lone season with the Indians in 2018. He...
by: Associated Press — Daily Herald 1h
In a busy day for the Chicago White Sox, first baseman Yonder Alonso was acquired in a trade from the Indians and free-agent catcher James McCann reportedly agreed to a one-year contract. What does the Alonso deal mean for Sox first baseman Jose...
by: JAMES NEVEAU — NBC Chicago 1h
The Chicago White Sox have reportedly added another power bat, acquiring first baseman Yonder Alonso from the Cleveland Indians.
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 2h
The Chicago White Sox may have had a greater prize in mind when they acquired Yonder Alonso in a trade. The White Sox acquired Alonso in a trade with the Cleveland Indians on Friday, as first reported by Watch Stadium. Alonso is the brother-in-law...
by: Matt Enuco — Sports Mockery 2h
Reports of a White-Sox trade for Yonder Alonso hit Twitter Friday evening. Alonso, Manny Machado's brother-in-law will reportedly be traded tomorrow.
White Sox trade for first baseman Yonder Alonso, the brother-in-law of free-agent target Manny Machado
by: Mark Gonzales — Chicago Tribune 3h
The White Sox acquired first baseman Yonder Alonso from the Indians on Friday night. He is the brother-in-law of free-agent target Manny Machado.
by: Ashley Varela — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 3h
The White Sox and Indians pulled off an inter-division swap on Friday after sending Alonso to Chicago.
by: Jeff Todd — MLB Trade Rumors 3h
The White Sox have reportedly struck a deal with the Indians to acquire first baseman Yonder Alonso. The match first …
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RT @philgrogers: Hmmm. Wonder why a rebuilding White Sox team w/Jose Abreu at 1B and Daniel Palka -- the Palkanater -- as the DH would add Alonso? A) Must have a trade for Jose Abreu in works, or B) Really want to sell Harper/Machado on their aggressiveness. Maybe both. Let's see if it's true.TV / Radio Personality
I can confirm, except the misdeed was done by the owner, Brad Corbett, who may have had a cocktail.In 1978, the Texas Rangers made a big deal, Dave Righetti and others to the Yankees for Sparky Lyle and others including fringe infielder Domingo Ramos. Reportedly Texas GM Eddie Robinson mistakenly thought Ramos was a DIFFERENT Yank prospect, future All-Star Dámaso García. https://t.co/YcjbGiqJdFBeat Writer / Columnist
For those who don’t know, MLB tests for and penalizes marijuana use for players who are not on the 40 man roster. If it’s not a PED, stop wasting these guy’s time.I’d like to apologize to the St. Louis Cardinals Organization and fans for violating MiLB’s drug testing policy for cannabis. I’ve taken full responsibility for my lack of compliance and have accepted my 50 game suspension. My focus now is to get back on the field and compete.Beat Writer / Columnist
i forgot this, but that is absolutely the answer to the baseball equivalent to the Brooks imbroglio. The better prospect was Luis Alexander Basabe, now with the White Sox, but Dave Stewart asked for his brother Luis Alejandro by mistake.Beat Writer / Columnist
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