|Top middle infield prospect Carlos Sanchez (Dashboard.mlblogs.com)|
Gordon Beckham (2B) - Look, Gordon Beckham won't have any competition in spring training and his job is secure for the beginning of the season. But, there will be some pressure on Beckham to perform this year and if not, he'll feel Angel Sanchez and Carlos Sanchez on his heels for the spot.
Alexei Rameriz (SS) - Hopefully this spring can set the stage for a solid year for Alexei. Alexei is a good player, but has room to improve, especially with his bat.
Angel Sanchez (3B/SS/2B) - The White Sox used the Rule 5 draft for the first time in several years to draft Angel Sanchez. Sanchez will likely be the White Sox utility infielder this year. Sanchez has had a cup of tea with the Royals, Red Sox, and Astros. Last year with in the 'Stros organization, he batted .320/.390/.407 with 5 HRs in AAA last year. Before that in 2011, Sanchez spent 110 games with the Astros.
Carlos Sanchez (2B, SS, 3B) - There was some talk before the Jeff Keppinger signing that Sanchez would compete for the starting position at third in Arizona. Now Keppinger is signed and Sanchez will start the year in the minors. However, as a top prospect in the Sox organization, Sanchez can make a big impersonation in his first spring training. If Beckham is injured or doesn't perform well this season, Sanchez will be in the mix for the spot.
Tyler Saladino (SS) - This will be a very important spring for Saladino who has to prove himself again. Saladino started his White Sox career with two great years, but struggled last year with a promotion to Birmingham. Because of it, Saladino has fallen to fourth in my middle infield prospect rankings. Like I've said, it will be an important camp for Saladino
Marcus Semien (SS) - Semien batted 273/.362/.471, with 14 HRs and 11 SB last year. Semien can improve his status as a top infield prospect with the Sox, but besides that, not much is expected of Semien in his first spring.
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