6:58pm: Jenks will make $7.5MM in 2010 while Quentin will make $3.2MM, according to Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com. John Danks and Tony Pena are the two remaining arbitration-eligible members of the White Sox.
6:28pm: Bobby Jenks and Carlos Quentin have agreed to terms with the White Sox, according to team VP Scott Reifert (via Twitter).
Around this time last year, Jenks avoided arbitration with the club by agreeing to a one-year deal worth $5.6MM. In 2009 the 28-year-old closer posted a 3.71 ERA with 8.3 K/9 and 2.7 BB/9. Despite having a slightly underwhelming campaign, Jenks threw his fastball at an average of 94.8 MPH, his hardest since 2006.
Meanwhile, plantar fasciitis slowed down Quentin in '09, as he played in just 99 games. In his limited action, the left fielder managed to post .236/.323/.456 with 21 HRs. The 28-year-old Quentin earned $550K last season.