White Sox Sign Third Baseman

Bringing him back. 

The Chicago White Sox have re-signed third baseman Zach Remillard to a minor league contract.

Remillard returns as organization depth for the White Sox after playing the last six seasons in their minor league system. This past season, the twenty-eight-year-old slashed a solid .280/373/.400, with nine home runs and 19 stolen bases across 131 games with Triple-A Charlotte.

For his minor-league career, Remillard owns a .254/.325/.706 triple slash line, with 52 home runs, 243 RBIs, 58 stolen bases and 336 runs scored over 2,199 at-bats.

He's still looking to make his major league debut.

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