ORLANDO -- With the exception of four players, everybody on the White Sox roster is available in an attempt to quickly rebound from a 99-loss campaign.
As if testimony from fellow Cubans weren’t enough to comfort Jose Abreu, advice from the island’s greatest player probably sealed the deal.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn described Tuesday as a good day but the seven other teams who lost out on Jose Abreu might beg to differ.
Two months ago, outfielder Dayan Viciedo said he’d attempt to recruit Jose Abreu to the White Sox if the club asked him.
The White Sox have agreed to terms on a record deal with Cuban first baseman Jose Abreu, per multiple reports on Thursday night.