CHICAGO (AP) — Outfielder Adam Eaton and the Chicago White Sox have reunited, finalizing a one-year contract that guarantees $8 million.
Eaton gets $7 million next season, and the White Sox have an $8.5 million option for 2022 with a $1 million buyout.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Sunny And Dry For Several Days To Come
Eaton played for Chicago from 2014-16 and was dealt to the Washington Nationals at the December 2016 winter meetings for current ace Lucas Giolito, right-hander Dane Dunning and pitcher Reynaldo Lopez.
Official: The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms on a one-year, $8-million contract with outfielder Adam Eaton, which includes a club option for 2022.Woman Carjacked In Fulton River District Jewel-Osco Parking Lot, In Yet Another Incident Involving Pulling Over After A Fender Bender
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Eaton helped the Nationals win the World Series in 2019. They declined their option on him after he hit .226 in 41 games last season.
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