Another day, another move for the Chicago White Sox. On Monday, the White Sox inked SS Omar Vizquel to a one-year deal. Today, the White Sox signed another star of the late-90’s/early-2000’s. According to Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago, the White Sox signed OF Andruw Jones to a one-year, $500,000 contract. Jones has a chance to make another million in bonus incentives. Jones, who hit .214 with 17 home runs and had a .782 OPS in 82 games last season with the Texas Rangers will serve as a backup outfielder for the White Sox in 2010. As long as Jones isn’t playing on a regular basis for the White Sox in 2010, then this is a nothing with nothing move. Jones doesn’t have much left in the tank and his career is quickly coming to an end. If there is a situation in 2010 ...
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