Chicago White Sox Place 11-Year Veteran Outfielder On Waivers

The Chicago White Sox have recently made a decision to designate outfielder Jake Marisnick for assignment, as reported by James Fegan of The Athletic.

Marisnick, known for his exceptional outfield defense, had limited playing time with the team, appearing in only nine games and stepping up to the plate just twice.

Unfortunately, he failed to register a hit during his time with the White Sox. This move was made in order to create roster space for Clint Frazier, whose contract was selected by the team.

If Marisnick goes unclaimed on waivers by any other team, he may potentially return to the minors and provide outfield depth for the Charlotte affiliate.

Despite his offensive struggles, Marisnick's defensive prowess and past performance with a .233/.288/.403 slash line in recent seasons make him an intriguing option for teams seeking outfield depth.

Over his 11-year career, the 32-year-old has compiled a .228/.281/.384 triple-slash line, with 63 home runs, 213 RBIs, 79 stolen bases, and 278 runs scored across 840 games played. Photo Credit:  Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports