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White Sox, Alex Colome Avoid Arbitration

The White Sox and Alex Colome have reportedly settled on a deal for the 2020 season.

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The White Sox and Alex Colome have reportedly settled on a deal for 2020 to avoid arbitration.

Colome, who was acquired from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Omar Narvaez last offseason, appeared in 62 games, posted a 2.80 ERA, and recorded 30 saves for the White Sox in 2019. While speculation swirls regarding Aaron Bummer taking over the closer role going forward, Colome will likely begin the 2020 season as the ninth-inning man for the South Siders.

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2 years ago

[…] Marshall signed a minor league deal ahead of the 2019 season and impressed during Spring Training, landing himself a spot on the White Sox roster. A “diamond in the rough” of sorts, Marshall posted 1.8 bWAR, 7.28 K/9, and a 2.49 ERA in 50.2 innings over 55 games in 2019. Marshall becomes the second White Sox reliever to avoid arbitration today, as Alex Colome also settled on a deal with the club. […]

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