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The Reds just pulled off the first blockbuster trade this summer.
The Chicago White Sox have landed All-Star Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati Reds in a seven-player trade that also involved the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Last season, Frazier, 29, batted .255 with 35 homers and 89 RBIs. He won the All-Star Home Run Derby in Cincinnati and was an NL All-Star each of the past two seasons.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said: "Todd is one of the finer all-around third basemen in the league. He is a high-character, smart baseball player who will provide an impact bat in the middle of our order. He solidifies us defensively at third base and provides a great presence in our lineup and in the clubhouse."
Do you think this move now makes the White Sox a contender in the American League?
The reds want an all AAA team
reds are gonna be cellar dwellers for a while