White Sox morning roundup

White Sox morning roundup
April 3, 2012, 4:27 am
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From yesterday:

So long, Arizona. The Sox bid farewell to the Cactus League portion of spring training with a 13-7 loss to Milwaukee, with Gavin Floyd allowing four runs in 4 23 innings in his final spring tuneup.

Opening Day is right around the corner, so we kicked off our 2012 previews with a look at the infield defense of the White Sox. Spoiler alert: It's going to be good.

Hot dogs with pastrami bacon, the "DaBurger Double Play," and baked potatoes: Those are some of the new food offerings that'll be seen around U.S. Cellular Field this year.

Here's something neat: the first fan-submitted White Sox ad spot of 2012. It's called "Moments" and it's pretty cool.

Jim is skeptical of the Sox decision to start Jared Mitchell at Double-A Birmingham, James analyzes the Conor Jackson signing and Fornelli tabs Matt Thornton as the White Sox closer.

Around the division: Ubaldo Jimenez was hit with a five-game suspension, Aaron Gleeman previews the Indians, Justin Morneau will DH for the Twins, Brandon Inge could begin the season on the disabled list and Chris Getz's tweaks have paid off so far.