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8/31/14 Chicago White Sox traded LF Alejandro De Aza to Baltimore Orioles.
9/2/12 Chicago White Sox activated LF Alejandro De Aza from the 15-day disabled list (bruised left ribs; went on 8/21).
8/21/12 Chicago White Sox placed LF Alejandro De Aza on the 15-day disabled list (bruised left ribs).
7/27/11 Chicago White Sox called up LF Alejandro De Aza from Triple-A Charlotte (International). Analysis
3/22/11 Chicago White Sox optioned LF Alejandro De Aza to Triple-A Charlotte (International). Analysis
9/1/10 Chicago White Sox called up LF Alejandro De Aza from Triple-A Charlotte (International).
3/30/10 Chicago White Sox optioned LF Alejandro De Aza to Triple-A Charlotte (International).
10/21/09 Chicago White Sox claimed LF Alejandro De Aza off waivers from Miami Marlins.
10/19/09 Miami Marlins changed LF Alejandro De Aza's roster status.
7/8/09 Miami Marlins optioned LF Alejandro De Aza to Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
6/2/09 Miami Marlins called up LF Alejandro De Aza from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
5/21/09 Miami Marlins optioned LF Alejandro De Aza to Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
5/17/09 Miami Marlins selected the contract of LF Alejandro De Aza from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).

Ben Lindbergh was the Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Prospectus from 2012 to 2014. He now writes for Grantland, has written for four BP annuals and Extra Innings: More Baseball Between the Numbers, and served as assistant editor of Baseball Prospectus 2011 and editor of the two-volume Best of Baseball Prospectus collection. He formerly worked as a baseball analyst for Bloomberg Sports, and has interned for multiple MLB teams. He was inducted into the Baseball Writers' Association of America in December of 2011.

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