Elvis Andrus' eight-year, $120 million contract doesn't mean left fielder Dayan Viciedo will ask agent Scott Boras to negotiate a long-term deal for him with the White Sox.

"I leave the business part of it to my agent," Viciedo said Wednesday morning. "It's a nice thing Elvis was able to get that. But I have a lot of trust in Scott."

It's very rare when a Boras client signs a multi-year contract before he is eligible for free agency, as the Sox found out toward the end of the 2007 season when then-general manager Ken Williams said Boras turned down the chance for an extension on the behalf of third baseman Joe Crede.

Viciedo, 24, is signed to a one-year, $2.8 million contract but won't be eligible for free agency until 2018. He might be arbitration-eligible in 2014 as a "Super Two" player, depending on his service time, and that would affect his salary considerably.