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Topic - Kosuke Fukudome
The New York Yankees have signed outfielder Kosuke Fukudome to a minor league contract, a month after he was cut by the Chicago White Sox.
Kosuke Fukudome is joining the Chicago White Sox for a fraction of the price he cost the Cubs four years ago.
Maybe Justin Masterson is wearing down with his unprecedented workload for the Cleveland Indians.
The Chicago White Sox have activated right-hander Philip Humber from the disabled list and plan to start him in the first game of Monday's doubleheader at Minnesota.
In the middle of a surprising season, the Cleveland Indians are getting an ace rather than trading one away.
Spurned by Carlos Beltran, the Cleveland Indians traded for Kosuke Fukudome and hope to keep upgrading their sagging offense.
The Major League Baseball trade deadline is fast approaching, and plenty of big names already are on the move.
The white uniforms circa 1918 were a nice touch, though perhaps the Red Sox should have stopped there. While nothing screams retro more than a guy with a megaphone announcing the next hitter, he might have at least learned how to pronounce Kosuke Fukudome's name before trying to yell it out to everyone at Fenway Park.