(10/4/2007) The Chicago White Sox outrighted OF Luis Terrero and LHP Paulino Reynoso to Triple-A Charlotte.
Terrero activated off DL
(9/1/2007) The Chicago White Sox purchased the contract of catcher Donny Lucy from Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday. The White Sox also reinstated infielder Alex Cintron from the restricted list and activated outfielder Luis Terrero from the 15-day disabled list.
OF Terrero placed on 15-day DL
(7/24/2007) Scott Podsednik was activated from the 15-day DL on Tuesday, and the White Sox put outfielder Luis Terrero on the DL with a strained left groin. Terrero was hurt Monday night while making a diving catch in the ninth inning. He was batting .224 with five home runs and 10 RBI in 48 games with the Sox this season.
Terrero starts Friday
(7/14/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: OF Jerry Owens is still manager Ozzie Guillen's main leadoff option, but was once again out of the starting lineup against Baltimore's Erik Bedard. Guillen, however, said that it is not a platoon situation between Owens and Luis Terrero based on a left-right thing. He will start Owens against left-handed pitchers, but just not ones that Guillen feels overmatch the rookie. Owens did pinch hit against RHP Paul Shuey in the eighth inning and struck out.
Terrero enters game for Dye
(11:09 am ET) RF Jermaine Dye left Monday's game against the Marlins with what was called a slight strain of the right quadriceps. He was removed from the game after making a diving catch in the fourth inning for precautionary reasons. He will be looked at again Tuesday, but it is not believed to be very serious.
Terrero productive against Astros
(6/10/2007) White Sox OF Luis Terrero went 2-for-4 with one run, one homer and two RBI during Sunday's game against the Astros. He finished the three-game series against the Astros with a .400 average (4-for-10), one homer and two RBI.
Terrero homers off Santana
(5/28/2007) White Sox OF Luis Terrero homered off Twins ace Johan Santana Monday afternoon in Minnesota. He went 2-for-3 in the game, raising his average to .286.
Luis Terrero starts in center
(5/26/2007) OF Luis Terrero continued to win the favor of manager Ozzie Guillen on Friday, getting the nod in center field and hitting a three-run homer. With Darin Erstad moving to first base to cover for Paul Konerko (personal), Terrero got a long-awaited start.
Terrero homers on Tuesday
(5/2/2007) Luis Terrero, promoted from Triple-A Charlotte earlier in the day to replace slumping and demoted Brian Anderson, hit the third pitch he saw on Tuesday at Seattle from Washburn eight rows into the left-field bleachers in the third inning to give Javier Vazquez a 1-0 lead.
White Sox add reserve OF Terrero
(5/1/2007) The White Sox purchased the contract of Luis Terrero from the minor leagues.
ChiSox release Perez, cut Terrero
(3/28/2007) The White Sox released 1B Eduardo Perez and sent Luis Terrero to minor-league camp.
Anderson to make ChiSox's cut
(3/27/2007) The Chicago Tribune reports that OF Brian Anderson will likely make the White Sox's roster this spring as a reserve outfielder instead of getting daily playing time at Triple-A Charlotte. That would mean that Luis Terrero would be placed on waivers. The Sox haven't made the move official. "We're going to take the person that best helps us win," GM Ken Williams said Monday. "I think we've decided that at this point, we just haven't announced it yet."
ChiSox sign ex-O's OF Terrero
(11/3/2006) The White Sox have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free agent outfielder Luis Terrero. Terrero, 26, hit .318 (96-for-302) with 21 doubles, 16 home runs, 44 RBI and 18 stolen bases in 84 games with Triple-A Ottawa (Baltimore) in 2006. He also appeared in 27 games with the Orioles, going 8-for-40 (.200) with one home run and six RBI. The 6-foot-2 right-hander is a career .235 (102-for-434) hitter with nine home runs and 40 RBI in 182 major-league games with Arizona (2003-05) and Baltimore (2006). He also owns a .284 (716-for-2,520) average over nine minor-league seasons. With the move, the White Sox 40-man roster is at 35.
Free agency filing continues
(10/30/2006) The following hitters have file for free agency through Sunday: Sandy Alomar, Moises Alou, Rod Barajas, Henry Blanco, Geoff Blum, Barry Bonds, Miguel Cairo, Frank Catalanotto, Jeff Cirillo, Royce Clayton, Jose Cruz, Mark DeRosa, Darin Erstad, Sal Fasano, Cliff Floyd, Nomar Garciaparra, Chris Gomez, Luis E. Gonzalez, Tony Graffanino, Nick Green, Todd Greene, Jerry Hairston, Wes Helms, Shea Hillenbrand, Todd Hollandsworth, Aubrey Huff, D'Angelo Jimenez, Gabe Kapler, Adam Kennedy, Ricky Ledee, Mike Lieberthal, Julio Lugo, Gary Matthews, Doug Mientkiewicz, Doug Mirabelli, Phil Nevin, Trot Nixon, Jay Payton, Juan Pierre, Todd Pratt, Joe Randa, Dave Roberts, Alfonso Soriano, Shannon Stewart, Luis Terrero, Frank Thomas, Jose Valentin, Todd Walker, Daryle Ward, Rondell White, Craig Wilson and Chris Woodward.
Terrero designated for assignment
(7/29/2006) The Baltimore Orioles activated Jay Gibbons from the 15-day disabled list Saturday, hopeful that his ailing knee can hold up for rest of the season. To make room for Gibbons on the roster, the Orioles designated outfielder Luis Terrero for assignment.
Terrero bags his first homer
(7/26/2006) Luis Terrero was 2-for-4 with his first double and home run of the season in Tuesday's loss at Kansas City. He finished with a pair of RBI.
Terrero breaks the ice
(7/17/2006) Outfielder Luis Terrero finally got his first hit in an Orioles uniform in his second at-bat in Saturday's game against the Rangers. Terrero singled to center field on a play that scored Javy Lopez for the Orioles' final run of their 8-1 victory.
Terrero snaps out of skid
(7/16/2006) Luis Terrero was hitless in 19 at-bats this season before collecting an RBI single in the fifth inning Saturday.
Terrero seeks first O's hit
(7/14/2006) Luis Terrero came out of the All-Star break still seeking his first hit since joining the Baltimore Orioles. He is 0-for-17 and has reached base once, when he was hit by a pitch.
Luis Terrero back with O's
(7/6/2006) The Orioles designated outfielder Luis Matos for assignment and purchased the contract of outfielder Luis Terrero from Triple-A Ottawa on Thursday. Terrero first joined the Orioles in April 19 when Matos went on the DL.
O's cut Terrero
(5/13/2006) Ramon Hernandez and Javy Lopez both homered and drove in three runs, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Kansas City Royals 11-1 Saturday to claim their first winning streak in May.
(4/19/2006) The Baltimore Orioles recalled Luis Terrero from Triple-A Ottawa on Wednesday to replace Luis Matos (shoulder) on the active roster.
Luis Terrero goes on waivers
(3/30/2006) OF Luis Terrero was placed on waivers Wednesday, likely ending his tenure with the Diamondbacks. Terrero, who signed with the club as a non-drafted free agent in 1997, has appeared in 155 major league games and has a .239 career average.
Terrero playing well so far
(3/13/2006) OF Luis Terrero has played well this spring despite rumors circulating about him being dealt. His attitude has also been solid. "He's been great," manager Bob Melvin said. "He's busted his butt. All he does is play with a smile on his face and play hard. I became a big Luis Terrero fan last year. He played very hard for me." Terrero is out of options and isn't expected to make the 25-man roster, leading to speculation he will either be traded or designated for assignment. He's had on-field behavioral problems in the past but appears to have fully put those days behind him.
D-Backs sign group of players
(3/3/2006) Arizona signed the following 19 players for the 2006 season: RHPs Greg Aquino, Brian Bruney, Edgar Gonzalez, Enrique Gonzalez, Dustin Nippert, Tony Pena and Mike Schultz, LHPs Brad Halsey and Doug Slaten, INFs Andy Green, Scott Hairston, Conor Jackson and Chad Tracy, OFs Luis Terrero and Chris Young, and Cs Koyie Hill, Miguel Montero and Chris Snyder; Renewed the contracts of RHPs Brandon Medders and Jose Valverde Thursday.
Terrero's chances become limited
(2/17/2006) Luis Terrero must be able to read the writing on the wall by now. A gifted prospect who was pegged as a five-tool player, he apparently has run out of chances to impress after getting opportunities the last two seasons.
Terrero shows signs of life
(7/11/2005) Sunday's game was a slump-buster for two players -- 2B Alex Cintron and OF Luis Terrero. Cintron, who was 1-for-15 coming in, went 2-for-4. Terrero snapped a 1-for-14 skid with a pinch-hit, RBI single.
Terrero activated by D'Backs
(6/28/2005) The Diamondbacks activated Luis Terrero (groin) from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday.
Terrero goes on DL
(6/8/2005) The Diamondbacks placed outfielder Luis Terrero on the 15-day disabled list with a left groin strain on Wednesday and recalled outfielder Scott Hairston from Triple-A Tucson. Manager Bob Melvin said an MRI on Wednesday morning found damage on Terrero's groin tendon. "It was a little bigger than they thought, and they were really concerned that if he made an explosive move that he might end up doing something that would cost him a few months," Melvin said.
Terrero earning more at-bats
(5/27/2005) Luis Terrero earned his second straight start in center by matching his career high with three hits, including a solo homer, Wednesday night. He bunted for a leadoff single in his first at-bat after homering. "It's all about winning now, and it's not about him," Melvin said. "He's going to do whatever he can to help the team."
Terrero homers in rare start
(4/27/2005) Luis Terrero was in the starting lineup for just the fourth time this season. He entered with two hits in 13 at-bats, but hit an 0-2 pitch from Scott Erickson into the left-field pavilion to give the Diamondbacks a 3-0 lead and, as it turned out, enough offense for the victory Tuesday night.
Terrerro plays in play of Cruz
(4/13/2005) CF Luis Terrero, a regular last year after the trade of Steve Finley, has played in only three games, going 1-for-4 on Wednesday against Rockies LHP Jeff Francis. Jose Cruz Jr. missed his fourth consecutive game. Trainer Paul Lessard said Cruz's back muscles have tightened up because a nerve is being pinched by misaligned vertebrae.
Terrero has three hits
(9/5/2004) Luis Terrero produced his second three-hit game of the season on Saturday against the Giants. He finished the contest 3-for-5 with a home run and two runs scored.
Terrero has green light on bases
(8/13/2004) According to the Arizona Republic, Arizona manager Al Pedrique has given Luis Terrero the green light to steal whenever he sees fit. "I want to give him the freedom so he learns on his own when is the best time to do it," Pedrique said. "He has the speed. If he learns to pick the best spot, right count, he can steal 30 bases up here."
Terrero takes over in center
(8/2/2004) Luis Terrero was 2-for-3 with a run scored in Sunday's game at Colorado.
Terrero optioned to Triple-A
(7/20/2004) The Diamondbacks optioned Luis Terrero to Triple-A Tucson on Monday.
Terrero recalled by Diamondbacks
(7/9/2004) The Diamondbacks recalled Luis Terrero from Triple-A Tucson following Thursday's game, according to the Arizona Republic.
Terrero suspended in minors
(7/7/2004) Diamondbacks outfielder Luis Terrero, currently with Triple-A Tucson, has been suspended for one game for his actions in a game on Sunday, according to the East Valley Tribune. When he came to home plate after homering, he dropped to his knees, kissed the plate and pointed to the sky.
Terrero back in action in minors
(7/2/2004) Diamondbacks center fielder Luis Terrero, currently with Triple-A Tucson, returned to action Thursday after being suspended for an on-field altercation on May 25. He went 2-for-4 with a stolen base, improving his season average to .339.
Terrero rehabilitating in Tucson
(12/11/2003) Luis Terrero, who underwent surgery on his left arm in November to correct a problem that led to a blood clot, is rehabilitating in Tucson, according to the Arizona Republic.
Luis Terrero needs surgery
(11/21/2003) Terrero is scheduled to undergo surgery this weekend in St. Louis to correct a problem that led to a blood clot in his left arm, according to the Arizona Republic. He is expected to recover in time for the start of spring training.
Terrero returned to Tucson
(7/22/2003) Luis Terrero was optioned to Triple-A Tucson on Monday.
Terrero recalled on Thursday
(7/10/2003) The Diamondbacks recalled Luis Terrero from Triple-A Tucson on Thursday.