One of the surprisingly few White Sox roster battles in Spring Training is for the last spot in the starting rotation, which will likely be filled by either Felipe Paulino or Andre Rienzo. Paulino, 30, was signed over the offseason and faced live hitters for the first time since August on Sunday afternoon as the White Sox took on the Rangers.
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Not that it was something we didn't know, but at Sox Fest pitching coach Don Cooper was quoted as saying that recent signee Felipe Paulino has "a real good chance" at the rotation. White Sox fans seem to be getting somewhat excited about Paulino, who has tons of talent and is under control for a couple years pretty cheap. And it's good for fans to be excited about...
General manager Rick Hahn completed yet another low-risk, high reward deal to bolster the White Sox' pitching depth on Monday, signing Felipe Paulino (30) to a one-year, $1.75M contract.
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Paulino has never gotten a consistent chance to be a starter from year-to-year, and hasn't appeared in a big league game since he underwent...
Right-hander Felipe Paulino and the Chicago White Sox have agreed to a $1.75 million, one-year contract.
The deal announced Monday includes a $1.5 million option for next season and gives the White Sox a $4 million option for 2015 with a $250,000 buyout.
The 30-year-old became a free agent on Nov. 20 when he refused an outright assignment to the minors from the Kansas City Royals...
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December 09, 2013
The Chicago White Sox have landed right handed reliever Felipe Paulino.
Paulino, 30, missed the entire 2013 season with shoulder issues but is expected to be ready for Spring Training and wants to be a part of a big league team.
Ex-#Royals RHP Felipe Paulino says he has signed with the Chicago White Sox.
— Bob Dutton (@TNT_Mariners) December 9, 2013
The White Sox...
Right-hander Felipe Paulino and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a $1.75 million contract that avoided salary arbitration, a cut of $150,000.
The deal announced Thursday contract $250,000 in performance bonuses.
Paulino opened the season on the disabled list because of a strained forearm, then went 3-1 with a 1.67 ERA in seven starts before tearing a ligament in his right...
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November 29, 2012
Right-hander Felipe Paulino was hoping to be back in the Kansas City rotation Monday but instead likely won't return to the mound until July 2013. Paulino has a torn ligament in his right elbow and is apparently headed for Tommy John surgery. He will see Dr. Lewis Yocum for a second opinion. If Paulino has the season-ending surgery, he would be the fourth Royal to require...
Kansas City Royals' surprise ace of the pitching rotation, Felipe Paulino left in the first inning of Wednesday night's Royals 4-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins.From Columbia Daily Tribune"He just felt something in his groin when he made the pitch to Morneau and broke to cover third base," Royals Manager Ned Yost said."We're going to be super disappointed...
Kansas City Royals right-hander Felipe Paulino left in the first inning with a right groin strain Wednesday night against the Minnesota Twins.
He injured the groin on his 13th and final pitch while pitching to Justin Morneau, the fourth batter of the inning.
Paulino started the season on the disabled list with a right forearm strain. He entered the game 3-1 with a 1.70 ERA while...
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June 06, 2012
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With a 12-32 record and 5.02 ERA in five Major League seasons, Felipe Paulino has done very little to establish himself as a viable Fantasy Baseball starting pitcher. Opposing teams are hitting a robust .284 against the 6’2”, 270 Santo Domingo native, and Paulio’s 3.7 BB/9 rate and 1.509 WHIP suggest that the majority of his innings are filled with traffic on the base paths...