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Jose Abreu confident he will re-sign with White Sox: 'I'm going to be part of this organization for a very long time'

White Sox slugger Jose Abreu doesn't seem too concerned about entering his walk season without a contract extension, believing everything will work out in the long run.

The Sox have repeatedly said Abreu is an integral part of the rebuild as a mentor to young players such as Yoan Moncada and Luis Robert. But unless he re-signs before the 2019 season begins, Abreu's name is bound to come up in trade rumors before

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