Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Shin-Soo Choo returned to the outfield Monday for the Texas Rangers, though in the less-taxing right field at Yankee Stadium than in his usual spot in left field. The change was to continue to take it easy on his left ankle, which was sprained in April. Choo continued to play without going on..." July 22
Dallas Morning News "The answers come only after long, sometimes painful, pauses. That’s because Shin-Soo Choo is as lost trying to describe what’s happened to him at the plate this year as he is at trying to actually fix what has happened to him at the plate. “This has been going on two months,” Choo said after..." July 20
Left ankle soreness for Shin-Soo Choo, removed for precautionary reasons. #Rangers
Dallas Morning News "When OF Shin-Soo Choo thought twice about going to second on a potential double in the seventh inning Friday, Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington decided he’d best go to the clubouse instead. Choo reported a bit of renewed ankle soreness in his sprained left ankle after taking the turn at..." May 03
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Shin-Soo Choo tested his sprained left ankle by running sprints from home plate to first base on Monday afternoon. The Texas Rangers outfielder said he felt continued improvement in his ankle, however, was not ready to start. Instead, he’ll be available off the bench for the first time since..." April 29
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Left fielder Shin-Soo Choo was expecting the worse Monday after leaving with a sprained left ankle, but his mind was put at ease Tuesday when an MRI exam showed no significant structural damage. Two days later, the ankle continues to feel better, but the Rangers’ leadoff hitter isn’t sure when..." April 23
CBSSports.com "Shin-Soo Choo has a seven-year agreement with the Rangers, sources tell CBSSports.com. Texas has a deal now with its primary target. The Rangers envision Choo has a tablesetter following a year in which he had a .423 on-base percentage with the Reds. Texas is said by sources likely out on..." December 22
Yahoo! Sports "Superagent Scott Boras does some of his finest work in the latter stages of free agency. And in the case of Shin-Soo Choo, he faces yet another challenge in a career built on slaying them: find Choo a contract for the $140 million the New York Yankees offered him even after they signed Jacoby..." December 18
Houston Chronicle "Signing outfielder Shin-Soo Choo has never been impossible for the Astros. It’s always been speculated — more than once in the last day — but it also has always been unlikely. Let’s break it down: • The team highly values the lottery draft pick it would have to surrender to sign any player..." December 14
One veteran GM believes that the #Astros will wind up to be the landing spot for Shin-Soo Choo
Dallas Morning News "Two baseball sources have said that the contract demands for free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo have escalated beyond the level where the Rangers are comfortable signing him. The growing hope now is that Nelson Cruz will return to help bolster the Rangers' lineup. One of the sources said that..." December 10
Source: #Dbacks on Choo. Active on multiple fronts. Could sign Choo and trade for pitcher, or trade for Trumbo and sign FA pitcher.
Choo negotiations "could move quickly," per Scott Boras. Rumor:Boston in. we shall see
Sources: Orioles active in free agent talks for bats and arms; have interest in Shin-Soo Choo, Nelson Cruz and Ubaldo Jimenez. @FOXSports1
I don't really see it happening, but I was told last night Yanks were still in on Choo.
Source: Tigers are hot for a left-handed outfield bat; Shin-Soo Choo is their top target.
Yankees have made offer to FA infielder Omar Infante, in addition to Drew, Ellsbury, Choo, Beltran, sources tell @Ken_Rosenthal and me.
Some rival evaluators believe that Shin-Soo Choo will now land in Detroit, to play LF. We'll see.
CBSSports.com "The Rangers are considering a run at top-tier free-agent outfielder Shin-Soo Choo but have apparently ruled out the other top free agent outfielder, Jacoby Ellsbury. Texas needs to replace the offense provided by Nelson Cruz, and assuming the Rangers don't re-sign Cruz, Choo fits the bill...." November 18
MLB teams say Scott Boras seeking a Shin-Soo Choo contract worth more than Jayson Werth's $126M deal with #nationals.
Boras is trying to push Choo as a $90 million player, according to a person who spoke to the agent.
Clarification on something I reported earlier. #Mariners want Ellsbury or Choo plus starting pitcher. Not on Napoli, but will seek RH bat.
The @Reds make qualifying offer to OF Shin-Soo Choo.
CBSSports.com "The Yankees have been discussing several big-name free agents -- including new ones Jacoby Ellsbury, Matt Garza and Stephen Drew -- as they weigh how to remake their team. The Yankees are still aiming to cut their payroll from $230 million to below $189 million, but with several free agents and..." November 01
CBSSports.com "Lots of big names -- including Carlos Beltran Japan's Masahiro Tanaka Brian McCann and even Shin-Soo Choo -- were discussed at the Yankees organizational meetings over the past couple days. The names of Beltran Tanaka and McCann have been connected to the Yankees before but Choo is a fairly new..." October 23
Cincinnati Enquirer "Shin-Soo Choo has no doubts the Reds will be back in the playoffs but he doesn't know if he will be with them. Choo scored both runs in the Reds' 6-2 Wild Card Game loss to the Pirates on Tuesday homering in what may have been his final at-bat in a Reds uniform. The Reds traded for Choo last..." October 02
CBSSports.com "Rare has one contract prediction created such a stir as when one unnamed general manager suggested in a rundown of the top 30 free agents last month that Reds outfielder/leadoff man Shin-Soo Choo would get “$90 million to $100 million” via the free-agent market this winter. Commenters tweeps..." September 25
CBSSports.com "The Reds are heading into the middle game of their weekend series without leadoff man and center fielder Shin-Soo Choo who jammed his left thumb with a head-first slide into first base Friday night. Reds manager Dusty Baker said he doesn't know whether Choo will miss just one game or more..." September 21
Cincinnati Enquirer "Shin-Soo Choo isn't thinking about the 2014 season. His agent Scott Boras sure is but Choo is enjoying what for him is a rare meaningful September. For the first time since he's been a regular player Choo is in the midst of a pennant race -- that takes precedent over his impending free-agent..." September 20
Cincinnati Enquirer "Shin-Soo Choo has made made several nice plays in center field over the last couple of days, going deep into the gaps to make catches. Choo's move to center was one of the major questions about the Reds this year. He's had a couple of little blips, but it's been largely a non-factor,..." May 31
Fox Sports Ohio "When fans are asked who is the best player wearing a Cincinnati Reds uniform, it is seemingly a slam-dunk question, a toss-up question until the tougher ones are asked. “Joey Votto,” is the quick answer. The man himself, Joey Votto, has a different answer. “Shin-Soo Choo,” he says...." May 31
Cincinnati Enquirer "Shin-Soo Choo had one word to describe his feelings about returning to Cleveland: "Excited." Choo, of course, spent 6 1/2 years with the Indians before being traded to the Reds in the offseason. "For six years, I went to the home clubhouse," he said. "Now, I'm going to the visitors'..." May 29
New York Post "It was intended as a joke. “Outfield? What outfield?” Mets general manager Sandy Alderson quipped at the GM meetings in November, referring to the unproven outfielders on the team’s roster. However, Alderson’s joke morphed into reality — the Mets’ outfield has been a revolving door. Perhaps..." May 21
Dayton Daily News "Shin-Soo Choo's first home run landed in the nightclub beyond the left-field fence, catching by surprise revelers distracted by the Miami Heat on TV. His second homer dropped into the right-field bullpen amid Marlins relievers, who saw ball coming. Clearing the hard-to-reach fence both ways,..." May 16
Cincinnati Enquirer "With the Reds down to their last strike, Devin Mesoraco and Shin-Soo Choo hit back-to-back home runs off of Braves closer Craig Kimbrel to give the Reds a 5-4 victory over the Braves at Great American Ball Park on Tuesday. Kimbrel had a full count on Mesoraco when the pinch-hitter hit a shot to..." May 08
MLB.com "Reds center fielder Shin-Soo Choo was out of the lineup Sunday, one day after he had to be scratched with back spasms. "He's still a little sore, but I had him off today anyway," Reds manager Dusty Baker said. "He just came in for treatment. I have him as kind of a question mark [on Monday]...." March 17
Cincinnati Enquirer "The Reds have won four straight, including the win over Team Canada, to improve to 5-11. The arms: Mat Latos went four innings and allowed a run on two hits. He walked none and struck out six. He gave up hits to the first two batters he faced and then retired 11 of 12. The other hitter reached..." March 13
Red Reporter "There was a lot of talk last season about how Great American Ball Park was a boon to Ryan Ludwick's floundering career. And, in some sense, it was. But probably not in the way we would have expected. In 2012, Ludwick produced no matter where he was. His wOBA and wRC+ were essentially even at home..." February 21
Columbus Dispatch "Shin-Soo Choo has made 10 starts in center field in his eight seasons in the major leagues. He’l l get a chance to win the job during his first spring training with the Cincinnati Reds. If that doesn’t work out, the defending National League Central champions will have to do some..." February 18
Cincinnati Enquirer "Shin-Soo Choo drew quite a crowd on the first day of camp. Twenty-five members of the South Korean media, representing 12 organizations, were at the Reds' spring training complex to cover him. They followed his every move -- from the batting cages for early work to outfield practice to..." February 16
CBSSports.com "The Reds have signed outfielder Shin-Soo Choo to a one-year, $7.375 million contract, avoiding arbitration, according to CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman. Choo, 30, rebounded from an injury-plagued 2011 season to have a .283/.373/.441 (131 OPS+) line with Cleveland over 155 games in 2012. The Reds..." February 11
Red Reporter "Last night, the Reds pulled off their first big trade of the offseason, acquiring outfielder Shin-Soo Choo and infielder Jason Donald from the Indians. What kind of player did the Reds pick up? Let's take a closer look. Choo was signed by the Mariners out of South Korea at the age of 18, and..." December 12
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Indians on Tuesday night received four players in a three-team, nine-player trade with Cincinnati and Arizona. Here's how the deal breaks down: • The Indians received outfielder Drew Stubbs from the Reds and three pitchers from Arizona: right-hander Trevor Bauer, the third pick in the..." December 12
Fox Sports "Another day, another major trade. The Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks completed a three-team blockbuster involving nine players on Tuesday night. Are you ready? • The Reds obtained outfielder Shin-Soo Choo and infielder Jason Donald from the Indians. • The..." December 11
CBSSports.com "The Reds, Indians and Diamondbacks finalized a deal Tuesday night that sends OF Shin-Soo Choo and IF Jason Donald to Cincinnati, OF Drew Stubbs, RHP Trevor Bauer, RHP Matt Albers and RHP Bryan Shaw to Cleveland, while the Diamondbacks receive SS Didi Gregorius, LHP Tony Sipp and 1B Lars Anderson...." December 11
Red Reporter "Ken Rosenthal has it from a source: Three-team trade, per source, will look like this: Choo, Jason Donald to #Reds, Gregorius to #Diamondbacks, Stubbs, AZ pitcher to #Indians. I really, really like this deal for the Reds. Shin-Soo Choo gets on base like a monster and Jason Donald is a..." December 11
CBSSports.com "The Reds and Indians are deep in talks on a trade that would send Shin-Soo Choo to Cincinnati. The Indians would receive center fielder Drew Stubbs and shortstop Didi Gregorius in return. The Reds are expected to receive another player in addition to Choo. The Reds plan to use Choo in center..." December 11
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Shin-Soo Choo won't play for South Korea in the World Baseball Classic in March. That would qualify as a subtle message that 2013 is all about maximizing his value in free agency -- if agent Scott Boras hadn't already banged pots and pans, and shouted those intentions through a..." November 14