MINNEAPOLIS — Erik Johnson is back, and the White Sox intend to see what he can bring to the table in his second go-around.
It's that time of the year where ball clubs want to get a look at some of their young talent from the minors.
Before he heads up to Chicago, White Sox prospect Erik Johnson will have to make some extra room in his luggage for some new hardware.
Unlike Cubs manager Joe Maddon, who said over the weekend infielder Javier Baez would be brought to the majors when rosters expand to 40 on Tuesday, White Sox skipper Robin Ventura played coy when
CLEVELAND -- If Erik Johnson reaches the majors this season, the White Sox feel as if their former top-pitching prospect has turned a corner.