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White Sox sign David Robertson

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Chicago White Sox have signed former New York Yankees closer David Robertson to a 4 year, $46 million dollar contract.

In his first season as the closer for the New York Yankees, Robertson recorded 39 saves along with his 3.08 ERA (2.68 FIP) to go with his 37.1% K rate.

Keeping score at home, with the signings of Robertson and Zach Duke, General Manager Rick Hahn has invested roughly $15 million dollars in shoring up one of the worst bullpens in all of Major League Baseball.

Despite spending that amount already, Hahn may not be done. Reports indicate that the White Sox are also in on former Oakland Athletic, Luke Gregerson. The Park Ridge, IL native is seeking a three year deal himself. With the way Winter Meetings have went so far in 2014, can't put it pass Hahn & company locking up another bullpen arm.