Report: Astros, longtime White Sox 1B José Abreu agree to deal

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Report: Astros agrees to deal with longtime Sox 1B Abreu originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
When the White Sox open the 2023 season in Houston, Jose Abreu will still be in the lineup that day.
Only on the other side.
Abreu, the White Sox's longtime first baseman, has agreed to a deal with the Astros, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal.
USA Today's Bob Nightengale first reported that the two sides would reach an agreement. Nightengale reported the deal is said to be for a three-year deal.
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The Houston Chronicle's Chandler Rome reported that it is expected to be worth $60 million.
The White Sox made it clear they had no intention of bringing Abreu back this offseason. Andrew Vaughn has been the heir to Abreu since he was drafted third overall in 2019.
Abreu, who turns 36 in January, has spent his entire nine-year career with the Sox since signing off from Cuba for the 2014 season.
He hit .292/.354/.506 and ranks third in franchise history with 243 home runs, behind Frank Thomas and Paul Konerko, as well as sixth in doubles and 10th in hits.
Vaughn has played out of position since his debut in 2021 to accommodate a roster of first basemen and designated batsmen. Vaughn will fill in the hole Abreu left, and the White Sox expect the move to his natural position will benefit his offensive production.
Abreu's move to Houston also has implications for the Cubs, who have had an interest in him alongside other first basemen this winter.
The free agents' remaining first basemen include Cody Bellinger, Josh Bell and Trey Mancini, all of whom the Cubs have been linked with.
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