Do Manny Machado’s gloves mean he’ll sign with White Sox?

Do Manny Machado’s gloves mean he’ll sign with White Sox?

And according to Andy Martino of, they have made an aggressive offer to the shortstop, but the player is said to be unsure of moving to San Diego. Bryce Harper, age 26, and Manny Machado, age 27, are two of baseballs youngest stars and are still without the big contracts.

And even though spring training games will soon get underway, don't expect that to speed up the process to sign Harper. So far Machado has met with the Phillies and the White Sox, but some have speculated that he will end up with the Yankees. Here are the latest updates on his insane trek through free agency and where things now stand. The White Sox had taken over at the front after the Yankees unwillingness and were reported to be the first team to make a concrete offer for the shortstop worth around $200 million over eight years. During this time last season, almost every major free agent was signed, yet this particular year has a number of elite players - Harper, Machado, Dallas Keuchel, Mike Moustakas, Marwin Gonzalez and Logan Morrison all unsigned. Andy Martino of says the team has remained in contact, but is not the front-runner and will nearly certainly not make him the best offer. Sadly for San Diegans, Machado might prefer to play on the East Coast. Per the report, he met with Machado and his wife in an effort to work out a potential contract agreement.

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Both players are reportedly refusing to consider short-term deals and don't want to be underpaid.

Of course, the Yankees can't just go out and sign Arenado like they can with Machado.

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