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White Sox Reportedly Sign RHP Connor Sadzeck

The White Sox add an arm for the future.

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According to Casey Boguslaw on Twitter, the White Sox have signed former Texas Ranger and Seattle Mariner, RHP Connor Sadzeck to a two-year deal.

Sadzeck has undergone Tommy John surgery twice and will not play in 2020, but this is a bullpen move going forward for the White Sox. In 23.2 innings, the 28-year-old from Crystal Lake, Illinois featured a slider on 51.2% of his pitches. His fastball averages around 96 MPH. He seems to have plus stuff, but needs to stay healthy. This move is a low risk, high reward-type move Rick Hahn is prone to do in order to revamp the bullpen.

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