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.
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.