The Chicago White Sox consented to contracts with seven international free agents on Monday, including pitching prospect Luis Reyes and infielder Juan Uribe Jr.
The 6-foot-2 Reyes, the top prospect in the bunch, is expected $700,000. MLB Pipeline ranks the right-hander from Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic, who is 17 years old, as the No. 4 potential international pitcher and No. 41 overall.
Uribe, a right-handed batter and thrower who is 16 years old and earns $700,000 and was born in Chicago, is a 5-10 second baseman. Juan Uribe, his father, was an infielder who played 16 major league seasons and won two World Series championships with the San Francisco Giants and the White Sox in 2005 and 2010.
In addition, the White Sox reached an agreement to sign right-handed pitcher Denny Lima for $10,000, outfielders Abraham Nez for $700,000 and Albert Alberto for $50,000, and infielders D’Angelo Tejada for $350,000 and Rafael lvarez for $350,000, respectively.