According to the Associated Press, former White Sox scout Victor Mateo was sentenced to eight months in prison yesterday in Chicago due to his involvement in taking kickbacks intended from international signings.
Mateo, who was the team’s scout in the Dominican Republic, and two other former White Sox employees were found to have defrauded 23 prospects out of $400,000 between...
A federal judge has sentenced a former Chicago White Sox scout to eight months in prison in a kickback scheme that targeted players from Latin America.
Dominican-born Victor Mateo was sentenced for wire fraud Friday in Chicago.
Defense lawyer Damon Cheronis says his client apologized to Major League Baseball and the White Sox. Cheronis says he's disappointed Mateo didn'...
Via AP on Fox
November 22, 2013
Victor Mateo, trainer of, "King" Carlos Molina says Team Molina has their fighter in the shape of his life and ready to beat up and possibly knock out Ishe Smith this Saturday.
"He's really strong," said Mateo of his Chicago-based junior middleweight, Molina.
"I never felt this power in him before or seen the look that he has in his eyes. Not too many...
Twice is nice for Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Victor Mateo.
The 24-year-old right-hander from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, pitched his second career no-hitter Saturday night in the Double-A Montgomery Biscuits 3-0 victory over the Jacksonville Suns at Riverwalk Stadium.
Mateos first career no-hitter occurred July 8, 2011, when he threw the first no-hitter in Class...