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It became clear over the Winter Meetings that, if the White Sox wanted to add a veteran bullpen arm, signing a guy like J. Putz would be the only way to go. They got about everything they could expect from Octavio Dotel, who had pitched just 56 innings over his previous three seasons before coming to the South Side. Same thing with Bartolo Colon, who may not have been injured as much as he was uninterested, given the way he vanished into chubby air. Mike MacDougal also had an extensive history of injuries before the Sox traded for him. Somehow, only mental health was to blame for his unraveling.
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Coming into camp, everyone knew there would be few open roster spots for the Chicago White Sox this Cactus League season. The steady climb toward a healthy opener by Jake Peavy alone evaporates one open spot. So by any count, there are two spots open. One comes in the bullpen, as pitching coach Don Cooper and manager Ozzie Guillen lobby every year against more pragmatic GM Ken Williams for a 12th pitcher on the roster even breaking camp, when off-days create a bit more rest for everyone. The second resides on the bench, where Omar Vizquel, Mark Teahen, and Ramon Castro provide a bit of flexibility, allowing the team to potentially select the best player for 25th man, rather than the best roster fit. Guillen hasnt been shy in admitting he hasnt seen many standouts among his bubble players, but two names keep coming to his mind when asked to assess players in camp, even this early on: Dayan Viciedo and Shane Lindsay.
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. It's the bottom of the ninth, and as usual the Marlins are about to lose. Atlanta closer Craig Kimbrel zips a fastball past a befuddled Miami hitter, notching another strike on the way to a Braves shutout. Just outside the center-field bathrooms, Steve Corbin clutches a Jose Reyes bobblehead to his chest, squints at the field, and shakes his head in disgust.
Cellular Field when the animated White Sox manager spotted a familiar face. Ramirez, the National League Rookie of the Year, isn't going anywhere for at least two years. But listen to Guillen rave about Cabrera, and it's not hard to envision the two Venezuelans reuniting on the same team some day. There's no doubt," Guillen said.