CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox avoided arbitration with pitcher John Danks, outfielder Carlos Quentin and relief pitcher Tony Pena on Tuesday by agreeing to one-year deals with each.
Danks and the White Sox agreed to a $6 million deal while Quentin will get $5.05 million and Pena $1.6 million. The White Sox have no more arbitration-eligible players.
Danks was 15-11 with a 3.72 ERA last season. A source indicated earlier this winter to ESPNChicago.com's Doug Padilla that the ...Read full story
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