The White Sox have released five players from the organization.
First baseman Matt Skole appeared in 31 games for the White Sox between the 2018 and 2019 seasons, notching one home run, seven RBIs, and a .208/.275/.236 slash line.
LHP Caleb Frare wasn’t able to carve out a role in the Sox bullpen between the 2018 and 2019 seasons, recording just 9.2 innings at the big league level.
Infielder Ramon Torres played in 11 White Sox Spring Training games before baseball activities were suspended due to COVID-19 concerns. His last MLB action came in 2018 with the Royals.
LHP Matt Tomshaw had been in the minor league system since 2018 and was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training this year.
RHP Zach Putnam signed a minor-league contract with the club at the beginning of March. The reliever was looking to make his way back to the White Sox bullpen, where he last saw big league action in 2017.
This group of roster moves came after the MLB lifted its transaction freeze today. All MLB teams must submit their 60-player pools by 3 PM central time on Sunday afternoon.