Craig Kimbrel to the White Sox and Kris Bryant to the Cubs

ANDl MLB markethad important movements at the close of this Friday, where Craig Kimbrel reached a deal with the White Sox in a deal with the Cubs. While Kris Bryant left San Francisco to play for the Chicago Cubs.

According to information from Jeff Passan arrived, Kimbrel made it to the White Sox while the agreement includes Nick Madrigal and the right Codi Heuer.

Kimbrel has 23 saves this season with a 0.49 ERA and 64 strikeouts. in 36 and two-thirds of entries. In total, he has 371 career saves with the Cubs, Red Sox, Padres and Braves in their 12 major league seasons.

In another change, Bryant who is hitting .267 with 18 home runs and 51 RBIs and he will be looking to start with the Giants, being part of Chicago’s massive cleanup before the trade deadline.

In yet another move, heThe Cubs traded outfielder Jake Marisnick to the San Diego Padres. The Yankees acquired left-hander Andrew Heaney from the Angels and the players Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo.

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