Found January 20, 2012 on
Although relatively new to the team, it seems like Dayan Viciedo has been part of the White Sox family for some time.
Since the White Sox traded previous right fielder Carlos Quentin a few weeks ago, the 22 year-old Viciedo has basically secured the position in right. The young player came up to the majors on August 28th of the 2011 season and the fact that he didn’t arrive sooner was the subject of much debate in the Ozzie/Kenny Williams soap opera.
Viciedo showing his power
Viciedo was putting up stellar numbers in the minors and many fans figured that he was the answer to the offensive troubles headlined by Adam Dunn and Alex Rios. Unfortunately, this was a case of “too little, too late” as the White Sox could not turn it around in enough time to make a playoff push.
However, 2012 is a different story. Viciedo will be starting the season in right field. Taking an objective look at the situation, Viciedo’s in a similar spot as Brent Morel was at the beginning of the 2011 season....
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