Momentum building for White Sox in Machado sweepstakes

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The White Sox, New York Yankees, and Philadelphia Phillies are the three known teams involved in a bidding war for the 26-year-old free agent, but there may be an unknown club in the mix, sources told Levine.

Speaking of Harper, it's always been expected that he'd wait for Machado to sign so that he and Scott Boras could top Machado's deal.

Prediction: Dodgers. Los Angeles traded Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, seemingly to make room for Harper in the outfield.

The White Sox have signed Manny Machado's niece to sing the National Anthem for every home game and to make homemade style Rice Krispie treats to add to the concession stand menu.

The White Sox have signed Manny Machado's brother to check Yoan Moncada's bats for holes.

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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has remained coy on the subject Machado and has even said New York's intent is to have a starting infield consisting of Luke Voit at first, Gleyber Torres at second, Tulowitzki at short, and Miguel Andujar at third.

Moustakas is represented by Scott Boras, who also represents Bryce Harper.

Since the Yankees are not in on Bryce Harper (by all appearances, at least), Machado going elsewhere would probably slightly help a dark horse like the Cubs on Harper.

There are also, according to one reporter, signs that the Yankees may not be pursuing Machado as intensely as expected.

While a decision may be coming soon, it's still unclear who has the lead in the bidding.

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