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NEW: Canseco No Longer With Tornadoes

Saturday, August 04, 2012

 

Canseco speaking with GoLocalWorcester earlier this year.

Those in Worcester that wish Jose Canseco would just go away have gotten their wish.

The former Tornadoes designated hitter, two-time best selling author and 1988 American League MVP has signed with the Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings of the North American Baseball League. Canseco is expected to make his debut with the club tonight.

It appears there was fire to go with the smoke GoLocalWorcester reported in this morning's report on Canseco's bankruptcy filing. Canseco repeatedly tweeted the past few days about finding work elsewhere, even specifically mentioning independent league ball in Texas.

Canseco leaves Worcester with a .194 average in 20 appearances with the Tornadoes

 

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