White Sox Acquire 7-Year Veteran Outfielder From Brewers

The Chicago White Sox have made a notable move by acquiring outfielder Tyler Naquin from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for cash considerations.

Naquin, a 32-year-old veteran, hadn't found a spot on a 40-man roster or the major league injured list this season.

He had signed a minor league deal with the Brewers and spent the entire season with their Triple-A affiliate, showcasing consistent performance with a .766 OPS and six home runs in 40 games.

With a career history of performing well against right-handed pitchers, Naquin's addition provides depth and flexibility to the White Sox's outfield.

Having made his MLB debut in 2016 with the Cleveland Indians, Naquin's journeyman experience brings both leadership and potential offensive contributions to the table.

While he begins with the White Sox's Triple-A affiliate, the team's uncertain outfield situation could create opportunities for him to prove himself.

This move aligns with the White Sox's strategy of bolstering their options and addressing potential needs, especially with the possibility of Naquin making his mark in the major league roster.

However, if Naquin doesn't secure a spot on the big league roster, the trade leaves open the chance of another exchange for cash considerations.

For his major-league career, Naquin holds a solid .264/.318/.448 triple-slash line, with 61 home runs, 237 RBIs, 20 stolen bases, and 226 runs scored across 557 games played. Photo Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports