The White Sox made a minor move Wednesday, trading right-handed pitcher Scott Carroll to the Texas Rangers in exchange for cash considerations.
Carroll, 31, made his major league debut with the White Sox in 2014, but had struggled to secure a full-time spot in the bullpen. He appeared in only three games this season before being outrighted on July 14.
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Carroll owns a career record of 6-11 with a 4.60 ERA in 168.1 innings pitched across three seasons with Chicago.
White Sox fans just can't get enough of Nicky Delmonico.
After his epic inside-the-park home run, Twitter was hardcore buzzing about the Sox rookie. He was even a trending topic.
There were plenty of hilarious posts about the legend, but here are the top five we saw:
GIVE US THE SHERSEYS, WHITE SOX!
The legend of Nicky Delmonico grows every night.
On Friday, the White Sox rookie produced his second career multi-homer game in extraordinary fashion.
The first of his two bombs was just a good, old-school mash to right field:
The second, however, conflated muscle and hustle:
What can't this guy do?
The pair of homers boosted his total to five in just 15 games. May want to save voters the time and just induct him into baseball's Hall of Fame now.