On Friday, the Chicago White Sox reached agreements with all four of their remaining arbitration-eligible players.

The biggest contract went to José Abreu, who is in his last arbitration-eligible year. He receives a one-year, $16 million deal, and will become a free agent at the end of 2019. MLBTR projected arbitration salary: $16 million

Newcomer Alex Colomé fared well, agreeing to a $7,325,000 contract as one of Chicago’s closer designates. MLBTR projected arbitration salary: $7.3 million

Yolmer Sánchez, who actually won an arbitration hearing with the White Sox a year ago after the two sides couldn’t tie up a difference of a couple hundred thousand dollars, agreed to a $4,625,000 contract.