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Justin Morneau Rumors & NewsInjured Recovery from left elbow surgery
- Bats: L
- Throws: R
- Height: 6' 4"
- Weight: 220
- Age 35
- Seasons: 13
- Birthplace: New Westminster, British Columbia
- College: None
Sox Drawer | CSN Chicago Jun 11, 2016
Until Justin Morneau is ready to join the lineup sometime in mid-July, the White Sox will cycle through a few designated hitters with an eye
Twinkie Town Jun 10, 2016
Don't look at it if you want to live. Well, there it is. This is kind of like seeing Randy Moss hit football dingers for the Green Bay Packers. Man. You probably have some thoughts about this. The death of your childhood. A vanishing of hope. Cherished memories burned black. The comments section below is a safe space for you to let it out. Let it all out. Look for the helpers.
South Side Sox Jun 10, 2016
Mat Latos leaves and Justin Morneau arrives as Sox try to stabilize their big club The White Sox were already going to keep us plenty busy on Thursday with the MLB draft. Then they decided to tax us even more, first designating Mat Latos for assignment, then signing a still-injured Justin Morneau for $1 million deal. Big ups to Steve for stepping up with a three-post Thursday. And Josh and Lil Jimmy for running a live three-hour draft show, with Brian Bilek joining them. At least the Sox did us the solid of capping it all off with a winner. This weekend series with the Royals could have...
Twinkie Town Jun 10, 2016
A dagger, a stake, in my heart. News came out yesterday afternoon that the White Sox cut Mat Latos and signed themselves a new first baseman.That baseman's name? Justin Morneau. I want to die. Okay. I don't actually want to die, but this seems pretty bad. I had the great privilege of attending the 2014 MLB All-Star Game fan fest (4 days in a row!), the All-Star Game, and the Home Run Derby. Seeing Justin Morneau at the home run derby was one of the greatest privileges of my life. I don't want to say this, but I will: I hope you crush it, Justin Morneau.
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The White Sox keep up a busy day today by signing Justin Morneau to a one-year, $1 million contract and placing him on the 15-day DL for the recovery of his offseason elbow surgery. While Morneau isn’t going to immediately help the White Sox, in the announcement, Rick Hahn said, "He is close to being ready to begin a rehab assignment, and we project him available in Chicago sometime in mid-to-late July." Morneau won the AL MVP in 2006 and spent many years as a thorn in the White Sox side while playing for the Twins. In 2010, he suffered a concussion after a collision while sliding in...
Load up on information before the Sox make their first three picks tonight If you're wary of watching the White Sox in the middle of a five-game losing streak, Major League Baseball has provided a pleasant diversion in the form of the MLB draft, which starts tonight on MLB Network and MLB.com at 5 p.m. CT. The draft itself starts an hour later, with the first 77 picks broadcast live. The White Sox have three picks over the first two rounds, the middle one coming via compensation for Jeff Samardzija signing with the Giants (slot value in parentheses): No. 10 ($3,380,600) No. 26...
Cincinnati.com Jun 9, 2016
The White Sox have 10 days to trade Latos or release him.
The White Sox begin to make some moves. While the focus of most of the baseball world is on the MLB draft, the White Sox have designated Mat Latos for assignment and purchased the contract of Tyler Danish. After a shaky spring training, Latos started out the season going 4-0 and was starting to seem like a good late offseason pickup for the team. Unfortunately, the high flying Latos has plummeted rather quickly. In his last seven starts, he's only made it out of the fifth inning one time. In that 36 innings, he's walked 18, struck out 19, and given up nine home runs. That comes out to...
Less than an hour after cutting ties with Mat Latos and promoting Tyler Danish Thursday, the White Sox also announced they signed Justin Morneau
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