White Sox sign right-hander Tommy Hanson to minor-league deal
Former Braves and Angels right-hander Tommy Hanson lands in Chicago with the White Sox.
The deal will pay Hanson $1 million if he's in the majors.
Hanson, still only 27, failed to make the Rangers in spring training after suffering a rough season with the Angels last year. He had double-digit win totals four straight years in Atlanta to start his career before slipping the past couple of seasons.
He is 49-35 with a 3.80 ERA lifetime but was just 4-3 with a 5.42 in Anaheim after coming over in a trade for reliever Jordan Walden.
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