Shortstop Alexei Ramirez has spent his entire four-year professional career — and hopes to spend the next five — with the White Sox.

Lastings Milledge is just hoping to find a permanent home.

The Sox signed the two Thursday, Ramirez earning a four-year, $32.5 million extension with a chance for $10 million more if his option is picked up and Milledge hoping just to earn a shot at making the team.

"I felt like I was at home, just like I was in Cuba," said Ramirez, who arrived as a refugee and said he wants to finish his career on the South Side. "When I arrived, I felt comfortable. I feel I've polished my game and gotten better under (manager Ozzie Guillen)."