The Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms with pitcher John Danks on a five-year, $65-million contract. The club announced the deal Thursday, ensuring the left-handed starter will stay in Chicago for the long term. He has spent his entire major league career with the White Sox. He went 8-and-12 with a 4.33 earned run average in 27 starts last season. Danks has made 150 starts in five seasons for the White Sox, posting a 54-and-56 record and 4.03 ERA. He has struck out 714 and walked 300.