It hasn't taken long for the Ricky Nolasco Trade to pay off in a big way ... for Jupiter, that is.
Right-hander Angel Sanchez, one of three pitching prospects acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 6 as part of the Nolasco deal, combined with two Hammerheads relievers in no-hitting the Clearwater Threshers in a 5-0 victory Monday night.
Sanchez (2-0, 1.69) waked two...
The Chicago White Sox have sent infielder Angel Sanchez to Triple-A Charlotte. Sanchez is dealing with a lower back strain and has only appeared in one game this season.
Since Sanchez was a Rule-5 pick the White Sox were required to offer him back to the Angels. The Angels have a bit of a roster chunch themselves and declined to take Sanchez back.
The White Sox were then able to...
The Chicago White Sox have placed infielder Angel Sanchez on the 15-day disabled list with a strained lower back and purchased the contract of infielder Tyler Greene from Triple-A Charlotte.
Sanchez has appeared in one game and is hitless in two at-bats. The move is retroactive to Wednesday.
Greene was released by Houston in spring training and signed to a minor league contract...
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April 14, 2013
The early-season injury woes continue for the White Sox with yet another middle infielder hitting the disabled list. This time, it's utility man Angel Sanchez, who hadn't been called upon to do much so far this season, but was/is expected to have an important bench role with the ball club.
It's a lower back strain for Sanchez, an injury we've seen...
Yesterday, the Chicago White Sox warmed the cockles of the present author’s heart by taking 29-year-old infield-type Angel Sanchez from the Angels in the Rule 5 draft. Because Sanchez can play the infield (including shortstop) and because he has some kind of offensive upside (owing to his excellent contact skills) and because he’s cheap (he’s still has just two years of service...
Table of ContentsHere’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.1. Custom Leaderboard: All the Minor-League Free Agents So Far2. Video: Angel Sanchez, Defensively3. Today’s Playoff ScheduleCustom Leaderboard: All the Minor-League Free Agents So FarWhat Happened About a Month AgoJust a little less than a month, Dave Cameron presented to the readership — with...
A strong start from Angel Sanchez and a dominant outing from Matt Magill capped today's minor league action.
Versatile infielder Angel Sanchez has been dealing with a tight back this spring after slipping and falling while taking his mother's luggage down a set of stairs earlier this month. Sanchez took some ground balls hit right at him Wednesday and swung at balls on a tee.
"It felt way better than [Tuesday], so it's improving," he said.
Astros infielder Angel Sanchez cleared waivers Wednesday and will remain with the club when Spring Training begins later this month as a non-roster invite to camp, a baseball source told MLB.com.
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