Reliever Dotel, White Sox finalize two-year contract
CHICAGO -- Octavio Dotel knows he's joining a team that struggled last season. He also sees an opportunity to play in the World Series.
Dotel and the Chicago White Sox agreed Tuesday to an $11 million, two-year contract, bolstering a bullpen that ranked among the majors' worst last season.
"I think they've got good starting pitchers, and they've got a great bullpen," he said. "The chance to be in the World Series is the reason I signed with the White Sox."