The Chicago White Sox (0-0) are starting the 2012 Spring Training season with reliever turned surprise workhorse, RHP Phil Humber. The Sox called the 29-year-old Humber into the starting rotation last season after spending five seasons split between the minors and long relief with various MLB teams.
Here's today's lineup:
The Sox will also look for a strong outing from DH Adam Dunn, who had an unredeemingly bad 2011 season, hitting only 11 homers for a .159/.292/.277 slash and -2.9 WAR. According to former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, Dunn's problems began as early as the 2011 Spring Training, so success now would go a long way towards relieving worried fans' fears.
Dunn and the other starters will likely get only a few innings today before reserves and prospects get their chances to play.
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