Olsen, 28, has six seasons in the majors, playing for the Washington Nationals for two and for the then-Florida Marlins for four. He would have played a third year in DC, but was out for 2011 with shoulder problems. He's a career 4.85 ERA pitcher, which actually masks his questionable campaigns in 2009 (6.03 ERA / 63 IP) and 2010 (5.56 ERA / 81 IP).
- Twitter / @jcrasnick - "Former #Marlins & #Nationals starter Scott Olsen has signed minor league deal w/ #WhiteSox. Deal includes big league option for 2013"
- Twitter / @jcrasnick - "Olsen didn't pitch last year. He had shoulder problems and #Pirates released him in May. He's 37-49, 4.85 in the big leagues."
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