Found December 12, 2011 on
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The Chicago White Sox have until 11 p.m. Monday to tender contracts to all of their unsigned players.
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Both are in their final year as arbitration-eligible playersDespite their delicate futures with the White Sox, John Danks and Carlos Quentin were tendered contracts for the 2012 season before Monday's 11 p.m. deadline.
A week ago, Jon Heyman reported that the Yankees were unwilling to trade Manny Banuelos or Jesus Montero for White Sox lefty John Danks. The newly-minted CBS Sports scribe now tweets that the White Sox asked for two of Montero, Banuelos, or Dellin Betances, and the Yankees might give up one in a package.
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