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Chicago could be eyeing Sam Fuld and/or Jonny Gomes to add a veteran presence.
The White Sox have a payroll commitment of around $118 million.
The White Sox will work relentlessly to sign Jeff Samardzija to an extension before November.
After elbow problems, Motte has signed a one-year, $4.5-million deal with the Cubs.
Motte missed all of 2013 after having right elbow surgery.
The White Sox have addressed their need in left field.
For the record, Lester agreed to a six-year, $155-million deal.
The White Sox fixed more than just a hole in the back of the bullpen by signing David Robertson as the club’s new closer.
“I am totally excited,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon says.
Predicting the end game to Jon Lester’s free agent statue has become Twitter folly the last three days. Getting caught up in the “he said she said” semantics makes everyone look unsure and foolish.
Looking for an upgrade in catching and left-handed hitting, Chicago traded for Arizona catcher Miguel Montero.
The White Sox’s trade for Jeff Samardzija is a dream come true for the pitcher.
Pitching prospects Jeferson Mejia and Zack Godley are headed Arizona’s way.
The White Sox are also adding Jeff Samardzija to the fold soon.
How would you like to face the White Sox in a three-game series with pitchers Chris Sale, Jeff Samardzija and Jose Quintana?
“I like where I am,” White Sox executive VP Kenny Williams says.
Lester’s expected to make a decision in the next week or so.
White Sox executive director Kenny Williams is considering all his options.
One more dominant starter could do wonders for the White Sox.
New Cubs front office assistant Ryan Dempster has already placed a call to Lester.