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How Gio Gonzalez finally came back to the White Sox is one of the wildest transaction journeys in franchise history. @ChuckGarfien  talked to the left-hander about his winding road back to the White Sox:

Gio Gonzalez had discomfort in his shoulder and was slowed down by team but deemed minor. All shoukd be ready for Opening Day and will just be slowed in early Cactus League action

@HardballTalk  The White Sox have done this, extended Luis Robert and José Abreu, have signed Yasmani Grandal, Dallas Keuchel, Edwin Encarnación, Gio González, James McCann, and have traded for Nomar Mazara. The Cubs have fought an arbitration with Kris Bryant and may trade him.

Dallas Keuchel and Gio Gonzalez give the White Sox one of the most intriguing -- and deep -- collection of starters in the majors. My take for Forbes:


Gio Gonzalez returns to where it all began with White Sox, leading to the next question of: What's next for the White Sox rotation?

@whitesox won’t regret signing Dallas Keuchel. He no longer possesses the wipeout slider he used to win Cy Young in ‘15 but has good FB-CU combo and might be the best fielding pitcher in baseball. W/him and Gio Gonzalez, Sox have deep rotation w/huge upside. 90+ wins is possible.

The @whitesox  boosted their starting rotation, finalizing a $5 million, one-year contract with two-time All-Star Gio Gonzalez that includes a 2021 club option.

The @whitesox  boosted their starting rotation, finalizing a $5 million, one-year contract with two-time All-Star Gio González that includes a 2021 club option.


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OFFICIAL: The #WhiteSox  have agreed to terms on a one-year, $5-million contract with two-time All-Star left-handed pitcher Gio González, which includes a club option for 2021.

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Free-agent left-hander Gio Gonzalez in agreement with #Brewers  on one-year, $2M major-league contract, sources tell The Athletic. Deal also includes $2M in performance bonuses. Guarantee is in full, not pro-rated.

Earlier today, LHP Gio Gonzalez was released from his minor league contract. He will not be added to the Yankees’ 25-man roster, thus making him a free agent.

The #Brewers  have emerged as the front-runner for free-agent left-hander Gio Gonzalez, sources tell The Athletic.

Today, the Yankees announced today that they have signed two-time All-Star LHP Gio Gonzalez to a minor league contract with an invitation to Major League spring training.

Sources confirm: #Yankees  close to deal with free-agent left-hander Gio Gonzalez, as reported. Per source, will be minor-league contract with $3M base if he is in majors. Includes out on April 20 and additional incentives based on games started.

Yankees made an offer to Gio Gonzalez, but there’s a gap. Not a great deal of optimism at moment but there’s at least reason to think both sides might want to come together.