3/15 Morning BP: White Sox play to a tie; Braves done making moves
Mar 12, 2014; Scottsdale, AZ, USA; Chicago White Sox center fielderAdam Eaton
(1) signs autographs prior to the game against the San Francisco Giants at Scottsdale Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Taking on the best team in the Cactus League yesterday, the Chicago White Sox played to a 2-2 tie with their division rivals, the Cleveland Indians. Chicago will take on a split-squad Los Angeles Dodgers squad later tonight, with first pitch slated for 9:05 p.m. CT at Camelback Ranch.
In other news, the Atlanta Braves are reportedly sticking with its current roster, even if Brandon Beachy needs a second Tommy John procedure – following the signing of Ervin Santana. Matt Garza says he’s ready to take it to his former team, the Chicago Cubs, and the Minnesota Twins locked up closer Glen Perkins with a four-year contract.
Here’s the latest news from around the world of Major League Baseball.
“White Sox, Indians play to 2-2 tie” – Southside Showdown
“Cubs unsure about Castro’s return” – ESPN Chicago
“Braves plan to stand pat even if Beachy needs Tommy John surgery” – FOX Sports
“Glen Perkins gets $22.1 million guaranteed” – ESPN
“Matt Garza wants to kick Cubs’ teeth in” – Chicago Sun-Times