If you're like me, you screamed "Oh no, not Timo!" in your head when you saw that headline. Luckily, it's not everyone's favorite clutch-hitting trilingual 5th outfielder.
From ChicagoSports.com:In an effort to fortify their offense against left-handed pitching, the White Sox signed first baseman/designated hitter Eduardo Perez to a minor league contract Monday.
Perez, 37, has played over parts of 13 major league seasons, slugging 79 home runs. He batted .253 with nine home runs and 33 RBIs in 80 games with Cleveland and Seattle last season. He hit all nine of his homers against left-handers last season.