Chicago White Sox infielder Jeff Keppinger will have season-ending surgery on his right shoulder.
Keppinger will have the operation on Thursday in Chicago, manager Robin Ventura said before the White Sox opened a two-game series against Cleveland.
Keppinger has been playing with discomfort in his shoulder since spring training. He batted .253 with four homers and 40 RBIs in 117...
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September 24, 2013
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...
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...
A person familiar with the contract tells The Associated Press that versatile infielder Jeff Keppinger has reached agreement with the Chicago White Sox on a $12 million, three-year contract.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because there was no announcement by the team.
Keppinger hit .325 with a career-high nine home runs and 40 RBIs for Tampa Bay last season...
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December 05, 2012
The Chicago White Sox have signed infielder Jeff Keppinger to a three-year deal worth $12mm, ESPNChicago.com'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...
Free agent infielder Jeff Keppinger recently had surgery to repair a small break in his right fibula, CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman reported. According to the report, Keppinger suffered the fracture to his lower leg when he tripped down stairs at his house. Keppinger is hoping to be ready to return by mid-January, well ahead of the start of spring training. It's unclear...
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.
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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...
Free agent infielder Jeff Keppinger has signed to a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
The 31-year-old Keppinger who plays shortstop as well as second and third base split last season between the Houston Astros and San Francisco Giants, combining to bat .277.
A .281 career hitter in seven seasons with the Mets, Royals, Reds, Astros and Giants, the right-handed batting Keppinger...
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January 27, 2012
Yesterday, I looked at Mike Fontenot, who’s entering his third year of arbitration eligibility this offseason. Now we’ll examine Jeff Keppinger – one of a few Giants infielders up for arbitration this year. Like Fontenot, Keppinger is up for his third year of arbitration eligibility (though this is also Keppinger’s final year; Fontenot, on the other hand, is a Super Two...