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White Sox's Charlie Tilson: To miss at least 10 days with foot injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tilson suffered a stress reaction in his right foot on Friday and will be shut down for at least 10 days, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

It's an unfortunate spring training setback for the young outfielder who missed nearly the entire 2016 season with a torn hamstring. The White Sox have announced that the injury is described as a "reaction" and not a "fracture", which seems to be a good sign. He will be re-evaluated in 10 days.

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White Sox's Yoan Moncada: To make adjustments at Triple-A
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Moncada is expected to start the 2017 season at Triple-A Charlotte, Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald reports.

Moncada got a taste of the major leagues last season for Boston, an eight-game stint that proved he needs more seasoning, so Triple-A is the most likely landing spot for the organization's top prospect. The 21-year-old second baseman learned from his brief stint with the Red Sox, in which he struck out in his final nine at-bats. "I learned that you have to be open to making adjustments because this is the best baseball in the world and you're going to face the best of the best," Moncada said through a translator. "You have to be open to get some advice and to apply it. That was the most important thing that I learned in my time in the majors." It looks like Moncada will practicing those adjustments for the Knights to start the 2017 season.

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White Sox's Zack Collins: Motivated by doubts
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Collins will have to prove he can catch at the major-league level, according to scouts, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Collins, the White Sox's fourth-ranked prospect according to RotoWire, says he uses those scouting assessments as fuel to improve as a catcher. The White Sox also have acknowledged the need to develop his defensive skills, having him primarily focus on that area of the game during the Arizona Fall League. There's a lot on a young catcher's plate -- blocking balls, calling pitches, controlling baserunners, framing pitches -- those are the areas Collins needs to develop over the next few seasons ahead of his 2019 ETA.

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White Sox's Brett Lawrie: Discovers source of pain
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Lawrie, who suffered through some puzzling leg injuries last season, discovered the root of the problem was with orthotics inserted into his shoes. Since removing the orthotics, Lawrie said he's feeling much better.

Lawrie was sidelined with what was first reported to be a hamstring injury, but the pain cascaded to his knee, calf and hip, causing a premature end to his season in August. The source of his pain wasn't discovered until October, well after the time he could return to the field for Chicago. Lawrie is upbeat entering training camp and ready to resume his role as the White Sox starter at second base, though his future with Chicago is clouded by the organization's acquisition of Yoan Moncada from Boston. Moncada, the team's top prospect according to RotoWire, is expected to open the season at Triple-A Charlotte, but should reach the south side at some point during the season.

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White Sox's Reynaldo Lopez: Prefers starting
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Lopez, who pitched both as a starter and reliever for Washington last season, prefers to start.

Lopez was acquired by the White Sox during the offseason in the Adam Eaton deal that also delivered top pitching prospect Lucas Giolito. He finished out the 2016 season in Washington, making six starts and five relief appearances for the Nationals, but may need to start 2017 at Triple-A Charlotte given the existing starting candidates on the major league roster. With the White Sox in a rebuild mode, it's a possiblity that a good spring out of Lopez leads to a spot in the rotation for Chicago. Even if Lopez opens the season in Charlotte, you'll certainly see him in Chicago at some point during the season when the organization makes a commitment to its young starters.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGMelky Cabrera , LF.296
HRTodd Frazier , 3B40
RBIJose Abreu , 1B100
OBPAdam Eaton , RF.362
SLGJose Abreu , 1B.468
RAdam Eaton , RF91
SBTodd Frazier , 3B15
WChris Sale , SP17
ERAJose Quintana , SP3.20
WHIPChris Sale , SP1.04
KChris Sale , SP233
SVDavid Robertson , RP37

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