White Sox and Adam Eaton agree to 5-year contract extension 1


The Chicago White Sox have now invested in centerfielder Adam Eaton much like they did with their ace Chris Sale back in 2013 and Jose Quintana in 2014. Both Sale and Quintana signed five-year extensions worth $32.5 million and $21 million, respectively.

The White Sox have now invested five-years in center fielder Adam Eaton, who was acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks as part of a three-team, five-player trade that sent Tyler Skaggs to the Los Angeles Angels and Mark Trumbo to the Diamondbacks.

The White Sox got what they wanted and more in Eaton, who batted .300 for Chicago in 2014, while leading the league with 10 triples and driving in 35 runs. He was also a finalist for the American League Gold Glove for center field.

For details about the contract Eaton and the White Sox have agreed on, go to Baseball Hot Corner using the link below:

White Sox invest in Adam Eaton

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  • So many teams putting up the money and really trying to make a push. And for awhile. Another good move on the White Sox.