The White Sox have signed 35-year old righty starter reliever Kip Wells to a minor league deal. Wells last pitched in the majors back in 2009 with the Nationals & Reds. He has pitched in 289 games (212 starts) in his first 11 years in the majors and he is 67-99 with 2 saves, a 4.71 ERA and a 1.51 WHIP. Wells started his major league career for the Pale Hose back in 1999. Wells pitched from 1999-2001 with the White Sox, appearing in 67 games (47 starts) in which he was 20-21 with a 5.14 ERA and a 1.64 WHIP. It doesn’t hurt to give a guy like Wells a shot to get his career back on track in the minors.
UPDATE: (4/16/2012) - The White Sox have released Kip Wells.