By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Dallas Keuchel bet on himself. He took a one-year deal in June with the Atlanta Braves.
Several months later, he received a three-year deal from the Chicago White Sox. The contract is worth $55.5 million.
The 31-year-old Tulsa, Oklahoma native joins his third MLB team. Before signing with the Braves, he spent seven seasons with the Houston Astros.
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With this move, he returns back to the American League. Six of his eight-year career has been spent in the AL (2013-2018).
During his one season with the Braves, Keuchel went 8-8 in 19 starts with a 3.75 ERA. He allowed 50 runs (47 earned runs), including 16 home runs over 115 hits in 112 2/3 innings.
He also struck out 91 batters and walked 39. Keuchel also had one intentional walk during the season.
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Now, as a member of the White Sox, he joins a rotation that includes Lucas Giolito, as the ace of the staff. According to MLB.com, the rotation also includes Reynaldo López, Dylan Cease, and Dylan Covey.
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