Carlos Rodon will begin spring training as a starter, but the White Sox are far from settled on the left-hander’s 2015 role.
They’ve had a strong offseason that even surprised their manager and now the White Sox believe they have taken a significant step forward.
In a city home to two, rival franchises, there will always be a divide between the Cubs and White Sox.
And what better way to get the juices flowing than with a full-fledged debate.
It’s not his job yet, but if Geovany Soto can prove he’s healthy you can almost pencil him in as the backup catcher.
A week after Cubs owner Tom Ricketts fired a shot at the White Sox, Jerry Reinsdorf returned the favor.