Mark Teahen, on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Charlotte, made his first start in right field Saturday, reports Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune.
Teahen was the starting third baseman for the White Sox for the first two months of the season, then broke his right middle finger fielding a grounder on May 30. Since then, Omar Vizquel has played well enough that apparently he'll keep starting at third and Teahen will come back as a utility player -- a situation he's used to. Teahen has played plenty of games in the outfield and started most of the season there for the Royals two years ago.
Teahen has been tearing it up offensively on his rehab assignment, batting .533 in six games entering Saturday.
-- David Andriesen
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