White Sox sign Welington Castillo to two-year deal
The Chicago White Sox have signed free agent catcher Welington Castillo to a two-year deal, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
Castillo hit free agency after declining his player option with the Baltimore Orioles. Rosenthal is reporting that the deal is for two years with a club option. The 30-year-old backstop figures to serve as the team's starting catcher with Omar Narvaez serving in a complementary role.
This past season, Castillo hit 20 home runs with 53 RBI and a .352 wOBA in 96 games with the Orioles.
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