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Kopech allowed four runs on three hits and a walk in one inning against the Mariners.
“It’s always good to have competition,” Anderson says.
Matt Davidson is one of several players who figure to get time at DH.
Despite their awkward connection, Maddon and Renteria hold great respect for each other.
Baez will get plenty of at-bats but still won’t be the regular second baseman yet.
Bryant is focusing on handling pitches that are middle away better.
Quintana made his spring debut for the White Sox on Sunday, looking sharp except for one mistake.
The Cubs are still deciding whether Montgomery will be their No. 5 starter or be in the bullpen.
The top of the Cubs’ order will feature Schwarber, Bryant and Rizzo to open a game.
“I can only control what I control,” Robertson says.
The White Sox will host Mark Buehrle Day on June 24 at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Maddon expects to use Jay in all three outfield positions, a role he embraces.
Scouts will be lining up to watch White Sox spring training games.
Baseball being a “long game” is part of its “great” essence, Bryant says.
Maddon and Montero have moved past the latter’s critical remarks at the end of last season.
Abreu’s long-term future with the White Sox is uncertain as the team rebuilds.
After an injury-plagued 2016, Anderson is feeling good now.
An MRI on Saturday revealed that Tilson suffered a stress reaction in his right foot.
Schwarber is working on a new catching style to lessen the strain on his surgically repaired left knee.
“I hope that with continued success, we will make that ‘C’ into a symbol of winning,” Ricketts says.