Dodgers Acquire Kimbrel, Send Pollock To White Sox
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired eight-time All-Star reliever Craig Kimbrel from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for outfielder AJ Pollock.
Kimbrel was 4-5 with 24 saves in a combined 63 games with the Chicago Cubs and White Sox last season.
TRADE: The Dodgers are acquiring Craig Kimbrel from White Sox in exchange for A.J. Pollock, per multiple reports. pic.twitter.com/6lYeCDgzHc
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The Cubs shipped him across town at midseason in exchange for Codi Heaur and Nick Madrigal.
Kimbrel was 2-2 with the White Sox with one save in 24 games.
The right-hander was the NL Rookie of the Year in 2011.
Pollock hit .282 with 65 home runs and 199 RBIs in three seasons with the Dodgers.