The Masahiro Tanaka saga is over.
The prized Japanese pitcher signed with the New York Yankees on Wednesday morning, as first reported by Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal.
BREAKING: Tanaka to #Yankees, seven years, $155M, opt-out after fourth year.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) January 22, 2014
According to Rosenthal, Tanaka's contract with the Yankees is the fifth-highest for a pitcher.
The Cubs and White Sox were in the mix for Tanaka until the pitcher ultimately decided on the Yankees.
Stay with CSNChicago.com for more on this developing story.