The Chicago White Sox played their second intrasquad game in as many days on Tuesday afternoon. Team Frazier downed Team Abreu 8-4 at Camelback Ranch. Adam Eaton was relegated to designated hitter duties again today, and went 2-4 with an RBI single for Team Abreu in the loss.
Carlos Rodon pitched two innings today allowing three runs, on four hits while striking out two batters. J.B. Shuck had a nice day at the plate, going 3-3 with a triple, and an RBI. Avisail Garcia‘s newly implemented batting stance helped him hit a two run-home run, and Matt Davidson tripled in two runs as well wrapping up the notable performances on the afternoon.
The White Sox have no live game action on Wednesday, and will open Cactus League play on Thursday against the Los Angeles Dodgers. You can catch the action live via radio on WLS 890AM, or MLB.TV at 2:05 pm (CT).
In other notes from around camp today, Todd Frazier was on “The Mully & Hanley Show” this morning on 670AM WSCR with Mike Mulligan, and Brian Hanley. Frazier said that he was “Happy to be a Chicago White Sox, and to be on the south side of town, and ready to go.”
When asked about the idea of signing a long term contract with the White Sox, Frazier told Mulligan, and Hanley:
"“I would love that,” Frazier said of sitting down with General Manager Rick Hahn to talk about his contract. “I’d really like to be settled in a place in Chicago. I loved playing there when we played against the Cubs (when he was on the Reds). As of right now, if Rick wanted to talk, I’d really be happy to, but we’re not anywhere near close to that. We got to start playing some games. Right now, I’m happy to be here. It’s a great team, it’s a great atmosphere and I’d love to play here a long time.”"
Frazier was also not worried about the pressure that comes with being acquired to fill the long time White Sox third base void. Frazier told Mully & Hanley,
"“I don’t mind, put the pressure on me. Let’s go, let’s have some fun”."
Here is some of the Twitter activity from White Sox camp today in case you missed it.