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The White Sox and free-agent utility player Emilio Bonifacio agreed to a one-year deal, worth $4 million deal.

By SI Wire
January 05, 2015

The Chicago White Sox and free-agent utility player Emilio Bonifacio agreed to a one-year deal worth $4 million, reports Fox Sports' Jon Morosi.

Bonifacio, 29, made $2.5 million and played in 110 games last season with the Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves, who acquired him at the trading deadline. Last season, he hit .259 with three home runs and 24 home runs and stole 26 bases.

Bonifacio has the ability to play multiple positions. He spent 31 games last season at second base, 65 in center field and seven at third base. 

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In seven MLB seasons, the switch-hitting Bonifacio has played for seven different teams. He has a career average of .262 with 13 home runs, 155 RBIs and a .319 on-base percentage.

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