White Sox Avoid Arbitration With Pair Of Relievers Including Closer Alex Colomé


The White Sox don’t have many arbitration eligible players this offseason and so far they’ve agreed to 2020 salaries with a pair of relievers on the deadline to submit their numbers.

Closer Alex Colomé will earn a little more than $10.5 million in 2020, while fellow right-handed reliever Evan Marshall agreed to a $1.1 million salary.

Earlier in the offseason the White Sox avoided arbitration with catcher James McCann, settling on a $5.4 million deal for 2020. Other arbitration eligible players for the White Sox include Carlos Rodon, Leury Garcia and Nomar Mazara.