The White Sox had got a good look at Jose Abreu on Tuesday and they like what they have so far. The Cuban slugger is one of many young White Sox hitters at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. this week to take part in the team’s mini-hitter camp. For most of the White Sox staff it’s the first chance to see Abreu -- who signed a six-year, $68-million deal on Oct. 29 -- swing a bat without first clicking a mouse. Abreu and his teammates took several rounds of batting practice on Tuesday, the first action of a three-day camp. Matt Davidson, Adam Eaton, Josh Phegley, Marcus Semien, Courtney Hawkins, Jared Mitchell, Trayce Thompson and Keenyn Walker are also participants.
Jose Abreu's first White Sox impression was a good one
CSN Chicago | Jan 15