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Veteran Reliever Signs One-Year Deal With the White Sox

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The Chicago White Sox and free agent lefty reliever, Tim Hill, are reportedly in agreement on a one-year $1.8 million contract per Jeff Passan of ESPN. After being nontendered by San Diego this offseason, Hill, 33, now joins the White Sox bullpen, where he will get a lot of innings and higher-leverage opportunities.


Hill posted a 5.48 ERA in 2023, while toeing the slab in 44.1 innings with San Diego. Hill has spent six seasons in MLB, two with Kansas City and the last four with San Diego. The last four seasons seen Hill as a consistent presence in the San Diego bullpen and has had his fair share of innings. Although Hill has not seen much success in the majors, his lowest ERA posted being 3.62 in 2021, the move to Chicago could fair well.


With the White Sox not expected to make much noise in the AL Central this season, Hill will see his fair share of innings. The move to the Windy City could be exactly what Hill needs to find the success that he was once touted to have.

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