Micah Johnson

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White Sox No. 2 hitters combined for a .237/.279/.355 slash line last year, making it the third least-productive spot in the team's batting order. Only the club's No. 7 and No.

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SAN DIEGO -- They made high profile moves elsewhere but the White Sox plan to let rookies Micah Johnson and Carlos Sanchez compete for the second base job.

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The White Sox want to catch their AL Central competitors quickly but only if they can do so without interfering with the front office’s long-term plan.

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“On to the next one” has become the rallying cry at 35th and Shields, as the White Sox have looked into bringing ex-Cubs pitcher Jeff Samardzija back to Chicago.

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He only had him for 10 games, but Double-A Birmingham manager Julio Vinas didn’t need long to determine Tim Anderson is dripping with talent.

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