Anderson, 29, will make $12.5 million in 2023 after hitting better than .300 (.301) for a fourth consecutive season. He only played in 79 games due to injuries, including a torn ligament in his hand, forcing him to miss the final six weeks of the season.
Harrison, 35, had a slow start to the year but performed better in the final months, compiling an OPS-plus of 94, just below league average.
The move means the White Sox are back in the market for a second baseman after signing Harrison last offseason. He’ll get a $1.5 million buyout after the team declined the $5.5 million option.