Report: White Sox acquire RHP Lynn from Rangers

The Chicago White Sox bolstered their rotation late Monday night, acquiring veteran right-hander Lance Lynn from the Texas Rangers, according to multiple media outlets.The White Sox reportedly gave up promising right-hander Dane Dunning along with minor league left-hander Avery Weems in the deal.Lynn, 33, finished sixth in American League Cy Young Award voting this year after he led baseball with 84 innings pitched. He was 6-3 over 13 starts with a 3.32 ERA.Lynn, who came in fifth in Cy Young voting in 2019, is 104-71 over nine career seasons with a 3.57 ERA for the St. Louis Cardinals (2011-15, 2017), Minnesota Twins (2018), New York Yankees (2018) and Texas (2019-20).He will make $8 million in 2021, the final season of a three-year, $30 million contract.The top of the White Sox rotation now will consist of emerging staff ace Lucas Giolito, who was seventh in the 2020 AL Cy Young voting, and steady veteran left-hander Dallas Keuchel along with Lynn.