CHICAGO (WSCR) The Chicago White Sox slowly, but surly, pulled themselves up front the bottom of the AL Central division to a point where they could potentially make a run if a few things go their way.

With a solid starting pitching, the White Sox need to find more consistent offensive production. Eventually, the organization will have to seriously consider calling up prospect Dayan Viciedo.

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“They would have to find a spot for him,” Joe Cowley, of the Chicago Sun-Times, said on the Danny Mac Show. “Whether it’s somehow putting [Brent] Lillibridge…and using him at leadoff, which I don’t know if that’s the move.”

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But the White Sox are 7-3 over their last 10 games, so the team should be in no rush to make a move just for the sake of making a move.

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“I think they’re going to kind of let the rest of June play out and into July and then start thinking about: ‘Where are we now? What do we need to do?” Cowley said. “Because, to me, it’s a two-team race, it’s the Sox and Detroit, Cleveland is just kind of standing in the way of progress.”