Pollock rejects White Sox's $13 million option and leaves for free

By Nitin Singh

The Chicago White Sox offered outfielder AJ Pollock a $13 million player option, but Pollock declined it.

On Wednesday, 10 players, including Pollock, became unrestricted free agents, bringing the total to 161.

The 34-year-old hit in the final season of what ended up being a $50 million, four-year contract. 245 with 56 RBIs and 14 home runs.

After the lockout, Pollock was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for closer Craig Kimbrel. Pollock had signed with the team as a free agent in January 2019.

American professional baseball outfielder Allen Lorenz "A. J." Pollock is an unsigned free agent.

Pollock has participated in MLB games with the Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Arizona Diamondbacks.

Pollock represented the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in college baseball.

Pollock was chosen by the Diamondbacks in the first round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft.

Pollock made his Major League Baseball debut in 2012 with the Arizona Diamondbacks.

n 2015, Pollock, an MLB All-Star, received a Gold Glove Award.

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