The White Sox will trade outfielder Dayán Viciedo “for sure”, Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY writes. With a starting outfield that includes Avisail Garcia, Adam Eaton, and newcomer Melky Cabrera, Viciedo no longer has a regular role for the team.
The Mariners, who lost the Cabrera bidding to the White Sox, could pursue Viciedo. It would be no consolation, as Viciedo has put up slightly below-average numbers over the past three seasons, batting an aggregate .250/.294/.425 with 60 home runs and 192 RBI in 1,579 plate appearances. Since the start of the 2012 season, only four outfielders (min. 1,000 PA) have been less valuable than Viciedo, according to FanGraphs.