The White Sox are interested in free agent outfielders Alex Gordon and Yoenis Cespedes, but aren’t willing to go above three-years in a contract with either, according to Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY.
Gordon, who turns 32 in February, reportedly told the Royals they have “no chance” at signing him based on their four-year offer at $12-13 million per year.
If that report is true, then that gives the White Sox an idea as to how realistic it is that they could sign him.
If they were able to sign him, he wouldn’t cause the White Sox to forfeit their first-round pick as it is protected.
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