Roster Moves

The tandem of Gordon Beckham and Aaron Poreda figure to be frontline players on a White Sox division winner in the near future.

 

For that matter, Beckham, the team’s top pick in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft, and Poreda, the White Sox No. 1 selection in the 2007 First-Year Player Draft, could contribute to the 2009 cause before all is said and done. But they both will start the season in the Minor Leagues.

 

Beckham and Poreda were two of four players reassigned to Minor League camp on Wednesday morning, joining veteran first baseman Ben Broussard and infielder Eider Torres. Right-handed relievers Adam Russell and Ehren Wassermann were optioned to Triple-A Charlotte, bringing the total to 33 players still in camp for the White Sox.

 

That total breaks down to 16 pitchers, three catchers, eight infielders and six outfielders. Catchers Corky Miller and Donny Lucy, left-handed reliever Randy Williams, right-handed reliever Mike MacDougal and outfielder Josh Kroeger remain in contention for a roster spot as non-roster invitees to Spring Training.

 

4 Comments

It’s that time of the per-season. Even for the guys who know they will be sent down to the minors, it has to still be tough when the final word comes.

Julia
http://werbiefitz.mlblogs.com/

I can’t wait until Beckham is a regular. I saw him play live on Saturday, and I was highly impressed. Going to Birmingham can only develop him more and make him better than what I saw.
Jen
http://ajroxmywhitesox.mlblogs.com

Please, not another season of Mike McDougal!

Mike MacDougal is getting paid lots of $$$, sox are trying to either showcase him/ and or give him one final shot before they waive him and lose him for nothing. This guy was dominant at one point…if they can take a chance with Bartolo–they can afford a final shot with MacDougal, I’d rather take a veteran in the bullpen than go up and down with kids they may or may not be ready. Plus you use up options with kids being brought up/down. Kenny knows what’s doing!

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