Team RankingAVGRHRERA
White Sox.2567061864.78
AL Central5th4th5th4th
American League 10th12th13th13th

Last Game

Sat, February 24
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at
Seattle Mariners
CHW5Final3SEA

Schedule

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Fri Feb 23
L 5 - 13@LAD
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Sat Feb 24
W 5 - 3@SEA
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Sun Feb 25
3:05 pm ET
CIN
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Mon Feb 26
3:05 pm ET
OAK
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Tue Feb 27
3:05 pm ET
@CHC
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Wed Feb 28
3:05 pm ET
TEX
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Thu Mar 1
3:05 pm ET
@CIN
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Fri Mar 2
3:05 pm ET
LAD
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Sat Mar 3
3:05 pm ET
@KC
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Sun Mar 4
3:05 pm ET
SD
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Mon Mar 5
3:05 pm ET
@OAK
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Tue Mar 6
3:05 pm ET
MIL

Standings

AL
Central
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Kansas City0-01-0
Detroit1-11-1
Chicago1-01-1
Cleveland0-01-1
Minnesota0-10-1
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White Sox's Tim Anderson: Targeting more stolen bases
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson said he wants to steal more bases in 2018, telling Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-TImes that he wants to reach at last 25 stolen bases. "I'll say over 25. In that 20s range is good," Anderson said before taking the field for the Friday's Cactus League opener. "I'll take more, though."

Anderson was a prolific bag-stealer in the minors, but put that part of his game on hold since being promoted to Chicago. That all changed last September when he went 9-for-9 on stolen base attempts. That's 60 percent of the 15 steals he recorded in 2017. Anderson dealt with some personal off-field setbacks last season, which contributed to a poor start and lingered well into the season before his production ticked up noticeably in August and September. The 24-year-old shortstop, who hit a three-run home run in Friday's spring training game, bashed 17 homers in 2017 and is poised to be a 20-20 player if he follows through on his plan to steal more bases.

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White Sox's Carlos Rodon: Will not appear in spring game
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rodon (shoulder) will not pitch any spring training games, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Rodon is throwing off flat ground -- recently moving out to 90 feet -- with all signs suggesting the left-hander is progressing nicely, according to Chicago general manager Rick Hahn. He'll likely throw in a competitive environment during extended spring training, followed by a rehabilitation assignment, and then an early-June return to the major leagues.

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White Sox's Charlie Tilson: Drops on depth chart following lost season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tilson seems to be the backup in center field to start spring training, Scot Gregor of the Chicago Daily Herald reports.

As things stand now, Adam Engel appears to be the top center fielder on the depth chart. It certainly isn't due to on-field performance, though. Tilson offers more upside at the plate, as he most recently batted .282 with 15 steals at the Triple-A level. That was in 2016 though, as the 25-year-old missed all of last season due to a stress reaction in his foot and a stress fracture in his ankle. Tilson is fully healthy heading into spring training, but the fact that he hasn't played much in the past year has him a bit lower in the pecking order to begin the season. He very well could make a push for the starting gig early on in the season if he gets back to his pre-injury form quickly.

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White Sox's Adam Engel: Likely to open as starting CF
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Engel appears to be sitting atop the depth chart in center field to start spring training, Scot Gregor of the Chicago Daily Herald reports.

The speedy 26-year-old made his major-league debut last season, but he could only muster a .166 batting average in 301 at-bats with Chicago. Strikeouts were a significant issue for him last season (34.8 percent strikeout rate), but it seems like the White Sox still value his defense enough to have him headline their crop of center fielders for now. However, Charlie Tilson likely offers more upside and could supplant him for playing time during the season as a result, but the White Sox appear to be content in easing Tilson into action given that he sat out all of last season. This should allow Engel to claim regular playing time at least for the earlier portion of the regular season.

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White Sox's Micker Adolfo: Suffers sprained UCL
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Adolfo has sprained the UCL in his right (throwing) elbow, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

UCL injuries are always scary. A sprained UCL isn't far from a torn UCL, which typically requires Tommy John surgery. For now, that's just the worst case scenario, and Adolfo will get a second opinion to determine the best course of action. Even if he avoids surgery, though, rehabbing from the sprain should take at least six weeks. He has yet to reach Double-A, so he wasn't likely to debut until at least 2019, but if he misses significant time this year his debut could be pushed back a bit.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGAvisail Garcia , RF.330
HRJose Abreu , 1B33
RBIJose Abreu , 1B102
OBPAvisail Garcia , RF.380
SLGJose Abreu , 1B.552
RJose Abreu , 1B95
SBTim Anderson , SS15
WDerek Holland , SP7
KDerek Holland , SP104
SVJuan Minaya , RP9

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