Gordon Beckham, Jeff Keppinger go on White Sox DL

As teams start to form their 25-man rosters, some moves that need to be made don’t require cutting people. The Chicago White Sox announced that they have placed infielders Gordon Beckham and Jeff Keppinger on the 15-Day DL. Beckham will go on with an oblique strain suffered on March 15th. While he has been slowly resuming baseball activities, he is not expected to be with the...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox place Gordon Beckham, Jeff Keppinger on DL

The list of MLB players starting the season on the disabled list has grown by two. Early Sunday afternoon, the Chicago White Sox announced that they have placed two infielders -- second baseman Gordon Beckham and utility man Jeff Keppinger -- on the 15-day disabled list. Both disablements are retroactive to March 21.#WhiteSox have placed infielders @gordonbeckham (left oblique...
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White Sox' Jeff Keppinger will start season on DL

According to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun Times Jeff Keppinger of the White Sox will start the season on the disabled list.Keppinger said DL "is a no brainer." Shoulder not healing.— Daryl Van Schouwen (@CST_soxvan) March 21, 2014 The White Sox infielder’s surgically repaired shoulder is still bothering him and has hasn’t thrown since Tuesday. He says he...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox' Jeff Keppinger may test injured shoulder on Tuesday

The Chicago White Sox struggled to a 63-99 2013 season following 85 wins in 2012. For the team to turn things around, they need better play across the board as well as improved health.  Only one starting pitcher made 30 or more starts and only four position players appeared in over 130 games.  On March 13, there was some bad news, as second baseman Jeff Keppingerwas having...
Via MLB Injury News
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Keppinger's tight shoulder could land him on DL

Barring a huge turnaround, Jeff Keppinger is headed for the disabled list. Since he arrived in camp last month the White Sox infielder has been restricted by tightness in his surgically repaired shoulder. The veteran’s only at-bats have come when he has been the designated hitter, a position the White Sox have an abundance of players for. So unless his health improves quickly...
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March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

How Close Jeff Keppinger Has Come

Give this to Jeff Keppinger: he’s a long way from history. Keppinger, to date, has started 29 games for the White Sox, and he’s still searching for his first base on balls. That’s a long streak to start a season, but it’s far from the longest streak. Two years ago, Brent Morel of the same White Sox didn’t draw his first walk until start 33. In 2009, John McDonald went 35...
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May 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Keppinger deal with White Sox official

The Chicago White Sox announced Monday that free-agent infielder Jeff Keppinger signed a three-year, $12 million contract. The agreement was reported last week. Keppinger reportedly broke his lower right leg in a fall at his home in November but the injury is not considered serious. It is not known if he will be 100 percent by the time spring training starts in February. He is...
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December 10, 2012  |  Discuss

White Sox sign Jeff Keppinger to three-year deal

The Chicago White Sox have signed infielder Jeff Keppinger to a three-year deal worth $12mm,'s Bruce Levine reports. Keppinger is a .288 career hitter over his eight-year major league career. Last season for the Rays he hit .325/.367/.439 9 home runs and 40 RBIs. Last month, word surfaced that Keppinger broke his right fibula, but that didn't slow the interest...
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December 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Keppinger falls down stairs

Free agent infielder Jeff Keppinger fell down the steps at his home and broke his right fibula. Needless to say, that puts a dent on his free agency hopes. 

November 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Rays fail to turn double play after ball goes through Jeff Keppinger’s glove (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Players make errors all the time. Both physical and mental miscues are a part of the game on a daily basis. Equipment malfunctions — not so much. They do happen, however, as the Rays reminded us during their game against the Royals on Monday night. In the bottom of the sixth with Tampa Bay leading 5-1 and runners on first and second, a ground...
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August 21, 2012  |  Discuss

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