The White Sox have agreed to a one-year deal with reliever Matt Lindstrom with a club option for 2014, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Monetary details have yet to be disclosed and the deal is still pending a physical.
The 32 year old reliever split the 2012 season between the Baltimore Orioles and the Arizona Diamondbacks, throwing a total of 47 innings with a 2.68 ERA.
He will join a White Sox bullpen that ranked seventh in the American League in ERA last season, but could be more dominant next season as youngsters like closer Addison Reed and 2012 innings leader Nate Jones mature. Lindstrom helps give added the White Sox some extra depth and a little more experience in this relatively young bullpen.