Sunday, May 27, 2007

Sox Lose Ozuna, Sign Wilson

After losing Pablo Ozuna to a fractured right fibula and torn ligament in his right ankle, the White Sox were quick to find a replacement. Craig Wilson, who was released by the Braves after hitting just .172 with one home run in 24 games, will provide a good right handed bat off the bench. But not only that, it gives them an option in left field if he does well. He's played 40 games in the American League, batting .212 with 4 HR and 8 RBI but has batted .333 with 1 HR at U.S. Cellular Field.


Anonymous said...

I think the Sox did get a decent player who in the past has hurt the Cubs. But then again who hasn't hurt the Cubs?


Anonymous said...

As I Pirates fan, I know a decent bit about CW. He is an extremely streaky hitter!!! Most of the time he just K's almost every AB, but when he is hot, he sure is HOT!!! He will tear the cover off the ball. But he is definately a below average player, and is nothing more than a bench player.