MLB: Sox, Sale agree to 5-year deal
MESA, Ariz. – The Chicago White Sox and starter Chris Sale agreed to a 5-year contract Thursday that could reach 7 years and $60 million with options.
The last time the White Sox gave a long-term contract to one of their young pitchers, they got three victories for $8 million.
But that was just the first year of John Danks’ 5-year, $65 million deal, so it still could prove to be of value for the next four.
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