SEATTLE (AP) -The White Sox signed veteran left-handed reliever Mike Myers on Sunday, and he will join the team on Monday in Chicago.
Myers was designated for assignment earlier this month by the New York Yankees. He will receive a prorated contract for the rest of this season that includes an option for next year. The team plans to make a roster move on Monday.
Myers was 3-0 with a 2.66 ERA in 55 games with the Yankees. He had been struggling against left-handed batters, who hit .312 against him this season, and that was the main reason behind his release by the Yankees.
Chicago will be Myers' ninth team.
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