Rangers acquire RHP Scott Carroll from White Sox for cash considerations

Carroll assigned to Double-A Frisco

The Texas Rangers today announced that the club has acquired minor league right-handed pitcher Scott Carroll from the Chicago White Sox for cash considerations.
The 31-year-old Carroll will be assigned from Triple-A Charlotte of the International League to Double-A Frisco of the Texas League. Carroll is expected to start for the RoughRiders on Friday night at Corpus Christi.
Carroll has spent the majority of 2016 at Charlotte, going 2-8, 5.55 in 16 games/12 starts. He allowed 2 hits and 3 runs in 2.1 innings over 3 relief appearances for the White Sox from May 6-12. Carroll was on Chicago's 40-man roster before being assigned outright to Charlotte on July 14.
Carroll has a major league record of 6-11 with a 4.60 ERA in 47 games/19 starts with Chicago from 2014-16. He was 5-10 in 26 games/10 starts with the White Sox in 2014 and posted a 3.44 ERA in 11 relief outings a year ago. He spent his first six pro seasons in the Cincinnati organization before signing as a free agent with Chicago in July 2012.