Chicago White Sox: What are needs to target in deals?
By Brian Draus
Jun 20, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox second baseman Carlos Sanchez (5) forces out Texas Rangers third baseman Adam Rosales (9) on the front end of a double play during the second inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
This position is less of an issue due to the fact that both Carlos Sanchez and Micah Johnson are both rookies this year.
While both have struggled on one side of the ball, it is very possible that one or both could become solid players at that position at some point.
In 131 at-bats with the White Sox this season Sanchez is batting .176 with an on-base percentage of .216. Johnson in his tenure with the White Sox in ’15 before being sent down to Triple-A Charlotte was batting .270 in 74 at-bats with a .333 on-base percentage.
In the field Johnson had three errors in 213 innings, while Sanchez currently has one error in 345 innings this season.