Jerry Abreu

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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Driver leads police on wild city chaselights flashing and sirens blaring, troopers attempted a traffic stop of the dr
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 2 days ago
lights flashing and sirens blaring, troopers attempted a traffic stop of the driver, later identified as Jonathan B. Abreu, 25, of Paterson, New Jersey, court papers state, but he suddenly veered onto Fourth Street and began speeding the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox engineered infamous 'White Flag trade' 20 years ago this weekfans are buying into GM Rick Hahn's current garage sale, which is now down to i
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
fans are buying into GM Rick Hahn's current garage sale, which is now down to items from the $2 bin, unless they deal Jose Abreu or Melky Cabrera. But many of those same Sox fans were absolutely livid when Schueler dumped Alvarez and Hernandez at... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox plan well underway; now it's up to young players to make it workafter 2021. Ditto George Springer. The Astros are set up to win now without bi
Chicago Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
after 2021. Ditto George Springer. The Astros are set up to win now without big-ticket free agent spending. Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf would love to follow that blueprint, and it looks like he can. The Sox shouldn't have to shell out big... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox GM Rick Hahn strikes again: This is his team, his timeyou see the current product. Among position players on the current roster, only
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
you see the current product. Among position players on the current roster, only shortstop Tim Anderson, first baseman Jose Abreu, outfielder Avi Garcia and third baseman Matt Davidson look like potential keepers once the infusion of talent begins.... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox know 'game goes on' after Jose Quintana trademuch open for business" after the trade that netted four prospects from the Cub
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
much open for business" after the trade that netted four prospects from the Cubs on Thursday. And Sox first baseman Jose Abreu said he wouldn't be surprised to see more moves, though he noted he was "very happy where I am." "We all know that... Read more
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