Reports state that Dallas Keuchel (34), has signed a minor league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks

PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks Multiple reports claim that they have reached an agreement to minor league contracts with Dallas Keuchel (ex-Cy Young Award winner), according to multiple reports.

The released the left-hander veteran recently Chicago White Sox After a record of 2-5 and a 7.88 ERA from eight starts, he retired with a 2.05 record. He was on the final season for a $55million, three-year contract.

Keuchel, a 34-year-old, was awarded the American League Cy Young Award. Houston Astros In 2015, he was also an All-Star twice and a five-time Gold Glove recipient. Brent Strom, his pitching coach, will help him regain his former form. Strom was with the Astros in 2015. He also joined the Diamondbacks during offseason.

After Humberto Castellanos, right-hander for the Diamondbacks, was injured in an elbow injury, the team is looking to add more rotation options.

Arizona would only be responsible for a prorated portion of the $700,000. Major league minimum. The White Sox would continue to pay the remainder of Keuchel's $18 million salary if he is added to the roster. Chicago also owes $1.5million for the 2023 option.

Keuchel, 101-87, has a 3.86 ERA over 262 career games with 251 start innings. His last appearance for Chicago was May 26, when he lasted only two innings and allowed seven hits and six runs in a loss to the Chicago Cubs. Boston Red Sox.

The Athletic reported first on the news.

This report was contributed by The Associated Press.

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