Biggest White Sox raises go to Jose Quintana, Nate Jones

Biggest White Sox raises go to Jose Quintana, Nate Jones
March 1, 2014, 11:45 am
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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Everyone on the White Sox 40-man roster is under contract, as 24 players were officially signed to one-year deals Saturday.

Starting pitcher Jose Quintana got the biggest bump in salary, as he will earn $550,000 after he received a $50,000 raise. Reliever Nate Jones saw his salary climb to $545,000 this season, up $37,500 from last season.

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Other players included in the group are Adam Eaton, Avisail Garcia, Conor Gillaspie, Matt Davidson, Josh Phegley and Jordan Danks.

The major league minimum salary increases to $500,000 this season, per MLB.com. Last season the average salary in the majors was $3,386,212, also per MLB.com.