Manager Rick Renteria said Saladino is day-to-day after suffering a mild concussion in Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks, Richard Justice of reports.

Renteria seemed confident Saladino won't be sidelined long term, though the diagnosis of a concussion means the 28-year-old will remain in the league-mandated protocol for at least seven days. If Saladino isn't sidelined much longer than a week, it shouldn't affect his chances of breaking camp as the White Sox's primary utility infielder.

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