If it wasn't for the $300 million guaranteed offer by the Padres, Machado would have likely been on his way to Glendale to join the White Sox.
Their pursuit of Machado, along with Bryce Harper (who has still yet to sign), is arguably the most aggressive in the Reinsdorf-era of the franchise. Worked into a frenzy and feeling confident, a fan base having its fill with 10 straight years with no postseasons wanted Machado and viewed the Padres victory as a major blow to the rebuild.
Without confirming the deal, Seidler - a nephew of former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley - spoke of what his ownership group wants to bring to San Diego, where the Padres play in a gem of a ballpark just off the bay.
Machado will have the option to opt out of the deal after five years, the Associated Press reported, citing a source familiar with the negotiations. "Still in a little bit of disbelief".
The 26-year-old Machado spent his first six and a half seasons in Baltimore before the Orioles traded him to the Dodgers prior to the trade deadline last year in exchange for prospects Dean Kremer, Yusniel Diaz, Rylan Bannon, Zach Pop and Breyvic Valera. "We are going to keep rolling".
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Meanwhile, White Sox manager Rick Renteria said the team had to "quickly move on from" Machado's decision. "Jerry, in particular, really stepped up", he said. "Everybody that's in that room is doing what we need to do to put ourselves in a better position as an organisation, as a club".
The White Sox have several top prospects waiting for their opportunity.
As I have repeatedly commented, Harper makes more sense for the White Sox than Machado from the perspective of their team on the field and as a marketing investment.
Machado also met with the Yankees, a team that had expressed concern over Machado's remarks about hustling - not hustling, actually - during the playoffs.
"If we're interested in any player, to sit down with them face to face and ask him, 'Where did this come from?"