Marlins Acquire Buehrle for $58 Million: Report

Long time White Sox pitcher is "well down the road" to signing with Miami

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    Buehrle has spent his entire Major League career with the White Sox.

    The Miami Marlins acquired longtime White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle, Wednesday, for a reported 4-year, $58 million deal.

    The move reunites the ace with manager Ozzie Guillen.

    Buehrle has been on the White Sox for his entire 11-year major league career. He has earned 161 wins, has a lifetime ERA of 3.83, and was one of the few members left of the 2005 team that won the World Series.

    Buerhle is one of two White Sox pitchers in history to throw a perfect game, which he did on July 23, 2009 against Tampa Bay. He also threw a no-hitter on April 18, 2007 against Texas.

    Last season, Buerhle was 13-9 with an ERA of 3.59.