Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) – The Chicago White Sox have reportedly agreed
to a two-year contract with first baseman Adam LaRoche on Friday.
The Chicago Tribune is reporting the deal is worth $25 million and will be
announced as soon as a spot on the roster is cleared for LaRoche.
The 35-year-old just finished his 11th season in the majors as he batted .259
with 26 home runs and 92 RBI in 140 games for Washington.
In 1,478 games with Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Boston and Washington, he has a
career average of .264 and has clubbed 243 home runs with 838 RBI.