Baseball followers in Chicago both had an amazing day or acquired upsetting information, relying on which aspect of the town they root for.
The Cubs acquired pitcher Jose Quintana from the White Sox for 4 prospects in a transfer that caught individuals abruptly — together with the left-hander’s now-former teammates.
White Sox pitchers Derek Holland and Carlos Rodon posted a hysterical tribute to Quintana with a clubhouse video set to the tune of Boyz II Men’s It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday. While their superior video thanks him for the reminiscences, it additionally completely capturing the emotions of White Sox followers all over the place after Quintana’s six seasons on the South Side.
We say good bye to a unreal teammate and will be missed in the club house. @carlos_rodon55 and I say our final good bye to @jose_quintana24 and thank him for the good times here and making me feel right at home when I signed here. Best of luck to you buddy. #seeyajose #Q #whitesoxnation #goodluckwithcubbies #farmove #givingyourclothesawayyouleft
We say good bye to a unreal teammate and might be missed within the membership home. @carlos_rodon55 and I say our remaining good bye to @jose_quintana24 and thank him for the great occasions right here and making me really feel proper at residence once I signed right here. Best of luck to you buddy. #seeyajose #Q #whitesoxnation #goodluckwithcubbies #farmove #givingyourclothesawayyouleft
With Quintana’s belongings clearly not cleaned out but, Holland additionally joked that he’s going to supply up all of his garments (and a bottle of lotion) in a yard sale, that may in all probability fetch them a reasonably penny.
For higher or worse, a minimum of their previous teammate isn’t going far.