Found December 11, 2011 on
MLB Trade Rumors:
The White Sox and Blue Jays have discussed a trade involving Carlos Quentin, tweets Jon Heyman of MLB Network. However, Heyman adds that talks appear to have cooled, as the White Sox are seeking other suitors.
With the White Sox looking to rebuild, Quentin is one of many veterans that could be had in the right deal this offseason. The Padres, Red Sox, and Orioles are among the teams reported to have had interest in the 29-year-old.
The Blue Jays and White Sox have already worked out one trade this offseason, swapping Sergio Santos for Nestor Molina during this week's Winter Meetings.
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Both are in their final year as arbitration-eligible playersDespite their delicate futures with the White Sox, John Danks and Carlos Quentin were tendered contracts for the 2012 season before Monday's 11 p.m. deadline.
The White Sox announced Monday they tendered contracts to both John Danks and Carlos Quentin, in a move that isn't expected to affect the trade status of either player.
Left-hander Mark Buehrle signed his $58 million, four-year contract with the Miami Marlins after passing a physical. Buehrle agreed to the deal Wednesday and was formally introduced at a news conference Friday at the Marlins' new ballpark. Buehrle has won at least 10 games and pitched at least 200 innings each of the past 11 seasons, all for the Chicago White Sox.
Aaron Poreda was taken by the Pirates in the rule 5 draft. Since being traded by the White Sox as part of the Jake Peavy trade to San Diego, Poreda has struggled to find his way back to the Majors. Maybe a change in scenery will help him out. To read more click HERE.
Emerging options could affect White Sox's intentions to move Danks, FloydThe Rangers remain in the market for a starting pitcher after the defection of free agent C.J. Wilson to the Angels. But the Rangers and other teams looking for front-line starting pitching now have more options that could affect the White Sox's intentions to move left-hander John Danks or Gavin Floyd...
The Chicago White Sox have until 11 p.m. Monday to tender contracts to all of their unsigned players.
A week ago, Jon Heyman reported that the Yankees were unwilling to trade Manny Banuelos or Jesus Montero for White Sox lefty John Danks. The newly-minted CBS Sports scribe now tweets that the White Sox asked for two of Montero, Banuelos, or Dellin Betances, and the Yankees might give up one in a package.
It's easy to see why the Yankees have resisted so far, as Danks...