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White Sox Injury Update: Moises Sierra starts rehab

The Chicago White Sox, who begin a series against the Cleveland Indians tonight, are sitting in fourth place in the American League Central with a record of 59-71. They are coming off a 7-4 walk-off loss at the hands of the New York Yankees. There is some good news on the injury front, as outfielder Moises Sierra had a successful start to his rehab assignment last night at Charlotte...
Via Sports Injury Alert
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

White Sox Injury Update: Avisail Garcia activated, Moises Sierra to DL

The Chicago White Sox lost to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday by the score of 6-3, to fall to 58-65 on the season. At nine and a half games out in the American League West and nine games out of a wild card spot, the White Sox need to make a run to have any chance of getting back into the race. A spark may be provided with the return of outfielder Avisail Garcia, who has been...
Via MLB Injury News
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Why August Should Be Moises Sierra’s Opportunity To Shine

The 2014 non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone, and as we get the final two months of the regular season underway, the time has come to take a longer look at Moises Sierra. Why? Well, two reasons. For one, he’s been pretty good since joining the White Sox. They need to know if they’re actually onto something with the kid. And secondly, the club has run out of reasons to...
Via Grab Some Bench
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Moises Sierra's heroics lifts White Sox to series sweep

The White Sox haven’t generated a ton of offense without Jose Abreu. But they have produced just enough to get by without their slugger. After six scoreless innings Wednesday, the White Sox woke up late for a 3-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians at U.S. Cellular Field. Moises Sierra’s walk-off RBI single with one out in the ninth helped the White Sox complete a series sweep...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

White Sox news: Moises Sierra claimed off waivers from Blue Jays

The Chicago White Sox made the move yesterday to claim Moises Sierra off waivers from the Toronto Blue Jays. Sierra has had a tough go so far this year batting an abysmal .059 with an on base percentage of .086 (2 hits and one walk in 35 at bats).#BlueJays lose OF Moises Sierra on waivers to #WhiteSox— Shi Davidi (@ShiDavidi) May 3, 2014 With the outfield talent the Blue Jays...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
May 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Blue Jays' Moises Sierra day to day with ankle injury

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Moises Sierra sprained his left ankle during last night's extra-inning victory over the Baltimore Orioles, and the injury has the team considering him day to day, according to Gregor Chisholm of Sierra suffered the injury in the sixth inning when his foot got caught in the outfield grass. Despite the rolling of his ankle, Sierra was still...
Via MLB Injury News
September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Moises Sierra’s great catch evokes memories of Bartman for Moises Alou (vid)

During Monday’s tilt between the Dominican Republic and the Netherlands in a World Baseball Classic match-up at AT&T Park, Dominican left fielder Moises Sierra made an incredible catch of a foul ball off the bat of Andruw Jones in the top of the first inning, diving into the stands to snag a fly ball…right out of the waiting mitt of a fan eagerly awaiting for his prized souvenir...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Domincan Republic’s Moises Sierra makes incredible catch on foul ball in WBC

Tweet In the World Baseball Classic semifinal matchup between the Dominican Republic and the Netherlands on Monday night, the Netherlands looked like they might blow open the top of the first inning. After already bringing in a run, the Netherlands had a runner on third with two outs. That’s when Dominican Republic left fielder Moises [...]
Via Los That Sports Blog
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Moises Sierra loses ball in sun, falls to the ground (Video)

There is nothing more scary for a Major League Baseball outfielder than losing the ball in the sun or lights. Over the weekend, Toronto's Moises Sierra had a rather funny moment happen to him in a game against the Tampa Bay Rays. After Tampa's B.J. Upton hit a lazy fly ball, Moises lost sight on the ball at the Rogers Centre and hit the deck: (Courtesy of Sweater Punch)
Via Outside the Boxscore
September 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Clutch assist shows Sierra's arm is coachable

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Moises Sierra has a fine throwing arm, but he is new to the majors, called up from Class AAA Las Vegas on July 31. So surprise, surprise, he needs some refining. Ever since he was promoted, there seems to have been an obsession with the raw skills of the 23-year-old outfielder. Sure, his throws have been erratic at times, but it's not as if there...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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