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White Sox signed LHP T.J. House to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.

House showed some promise with the Indians in 2014, but he's appeared in just 10 games at the major league level since. The 28-yar-old spent last season in the Blue Jays' minor league system. He'll likely function as depth in Triple-A.
Jan 22 - 12:42 PM

White Sox re-signed RHP Chris Volstad to a minor league contract; invited him to spring training.

Volstad made six appearances (including two starts) with the White Sox in 2017 and posted a 5.57 ERA over 18 starts and nine relief appearances in Triple-A. The 31-year-old will again serve as depth in the minors.
Jan 22 - 12:37 PM

Cubs re-signed LHP Brian Duensing to a two-year, $7 million contract.

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported news of the signing last week and it's now official. The southpaw was a useful part of the Cubs' bullpen last season, compiling a 2.74 ERA and 61/18 K/BB ratio over 62 1/3 innings. He turns 35 in February.
Jan 22 - 12:06 PM

Jose Bautista's agent, Jay Alou, told Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com that his client is "working out diligently" in preparation for 2018.

"It's no secret he's one of the most dedicated players in the game," said Alou. "He takes a lot of pride in staying in shape. His work ethic is contagious to other players." There's been very little discussion about the 37-year-old Bautista coming off a year where he batted just .203/.308/.366 with 23 homers over 686 plate appearances. Alou expressed earlier this offseason that Bautista is willing to play anywhere, including both corner infield and outfield spots, as well as DH. Signing him shouldn't require a major investment at this stage of his career.
Jan 22 - 10:18 AM

According to Robert Murray of FanRag Sports, Hector Neris has changed agents and is now represented by Octagon.

Neris is on track to be arbitration-eligible for the first time next offseason. The 28-year-old owns a 2.98 ERA through 186 appearances in the majors and saved 26 games for the Phillies last season. If he maintains his health and performance, he should see some nice rewards through the arbitration process.
Jan 22 - 9:11 AM
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