In the middle of June, Jose Abreu asked White Sox hitting coach Todd Steverson to move him from the team's first batting practice group to the third.
Over the past few games Tyler Flowers finally has the results to accompany how good he has felt this month.
BOSTON — Avisail Garcia only had normal shoulder tightness and felt good Wednesday, a day after his first work out and round of batting practice in months.
The White Sox enter Friday’s game with an American League-high 641 strikeouts, and frankly, it’s too many for their manager.
Over his last seven games, White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers is 0-21 with 18 strikeouts.