GLENDALE, AZ – The Chicago White Sox made their first series of roster moves on Friday morning.
The Chicago White Sox optioned right-handed pitcher Chris Beck, and outfielder Daniel Fields to Triple-A Charlotte. Beck was 0-0 with a 10.80 ERA, and 3 strike outs in 3.1 innings pitched in Cactus League play this season. Fields had two hits, in eight at bats this spring.
The White Sox now have 55 players including 26 pitchers, 14 infielders, 10 outfielders, and five catchers on their major league roster.
The White Sox are back in action this afternoon in Peoria as they take on the San Diego Padres at 2:05 pm (CT).
Carlos Rodon gets the start for the White Sox, his second of the spring. Rodon pitched three scoreless innings, while striking out two in his first start of the spring last week. The Padres will send ace James Shields out to the mound to start the game this afternoon.
The White Sox beat the Padres 8-1 last week at Camelback Ranch, in Glendale.
Robin Ventura‘s Starting Lineup: