Chicago Tribune

Eloy Jimenez's agents say they might 'eventually' file grievance over lack of promotion to White Sox

White Sox prospect Eloy Jimenez's agents said they might "eventually" join the list of minor-leaguers and their representatives who have filed grievances over their delayed promotions to the majors in what they suspect are teams' attempts to gain an extra year of player control.

In an interview with Fancred's Jon Heyman posted Thursday, Nelson Montes De Oca and Paul Kinzer questioned why the Sox haven't

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune4 min readSociety
Dahleen Glanton: A Legal Gun Owner Shot And Killed A 14-year-old Boy. Police Should Take A Closer Look At What He's Done
CHICAGO - Most people who have a license to own a gun will never know what it is like to shoot and kill another human being. That's exactly how it should be. But increasingly, since Illinois became the last state to pass a concealed carry law in 2013
Chicago Tribune8 min readSociety
A Chicago Cop Fatally Shot A Black Teen Who He Says Pointed A Gun At Him During A Foot Chase. But No Gun Was Found — Until 3 Months Later
CHICAGO - Chicago police Sgt. John Poulos told investigators he fatally shot 19-year-old Kajuan Raye in the back after the teen twice pointed a gun at him during a foot chase on the South Side. But police found no gun by Raye or along the approximate
Chicago Tribune4 min read
With A Mystery Illness Surrounding Vaping, What Parents Need To Know
CHICAGO - As public health officials try to identify a respiratory illness that has hospitalized teenagers who vape across the country, including as many as 22 in Illinois, experts say some parents still don't realize the dangers of the practice, whi