The Pendleton Panther

White Sox Resign Jenks and Quentin

Posted on: January 17, 2010

On Saturday, the Chicago White Sox announced that they had signed closer Bobby Jenks and left fielder Carlos Quentin to 1-year contracts. Jenks’s contract is worth $7.5 million while Quentin’s is worth $3.2 million. Jenks had 29 saves last season and is known for his high-velocity fastball. He has 146 career saves. Quentin is a power-hitting outfielder who hit 21 home runs last season despite missing a lot of games due to injury. Quentin’s best season was in 2008, when he hit .288 with 36 home runs and 100 rbi’s.


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