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.
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.
“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.
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.
Not only does he have a longer offseason to enjoy this year, but Marcus Semien also has more reason to revel in it.