Chicago White Sox: Three players making case for roster spot

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The Chicago White Sox will have some interesting decisions to make for their Opening Day roster in a few weeks. Here are three players that have made a good first impression in spring training.

Spring training always brings about surprises, both good and bad, for every organization in baseball and that includes the Chicago White Sox.

So far, the team is 5-3 this spring and has shown an impressive ability to battle in games.

Roster spots are always up for grabs, though, which is something to pay attention to in camp.

Some players give the organization reasons to not make the team, which top prospect Nick Madrigal might be doing so far, while others make a strong push to force the team to stop ignoring them.

None of these players being mentioned are ones that have great chances of making the Opening Day roster already, which eliminates someone like Luis Robert, who has been nothing short of exceptional and is a treat to watch play the game.

Rather, the players in this slideshow are those who weren’t necessarily on the team’s radar that could be mounting cases to start their season with the Chicago White Sox.

Here are three players impressing in spring training early on that, if they maintain their production, could find themselves starting the year on the South Side.