Giants claim Mexican infielder freed by White Sox

Giants claim Mexican infielder freed by White

On Wednesday, August 11, it was announced that San Francisco Giants would have claimed the rights of Luis González after he was released by the Chicago White Sox a few days ago. The Mexican was left without organization for a few hours since the White Sox made movements in his roster of MLB from which it was cut.

The Mexican Luis González is a new element of the San Francisco Giants organization as it claimed him for waivers from the Chicago White Sox after being designated for assignment and later released.

González had to be cut by the White Sox as part of his roster moves to make room for Luis Robert, who returned to the 2021 Season after several weeks injured.

The Hermosillo, Sonora native was ranked 19th of the Chicago team’s best prospects and could become an important piece of the Giants’ infield in 2022.

Luis González debuted as an MLB player in 2020 and in just nine meetings between that year and 2021 with the Chicago White Sox, he achieved a .222 batting average, with only two hits connected.

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