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Source: White Sox indication Elvis Andrus, pending physical initially appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The day prior to White Sox position gamers report to spring training, the group might have discovered its beginning 2nd baseman. A source validated to NBC Sports Chicago that the group re-signed Elvis Andrus to a one-year offer, pending a physical. He’s commonly anticipated to play 2nd base, after filling out at shortstop last season.

The White Sox at first signed Andrus in August 2022, after he was waived by the A’s. He played 43 video games for the Sox, after Anderson was lost for the year with a hand injury. Andrus batted .271/.309/.464 with 9 homers, 28 RBI and 11 taken bases over the White Sox stretch run. He was trusted in the field, and just dedicated one mistake.

Before the Andrus finalizing, the crucial figures in the 2nd base competitors were anticipated to be Romy Gonzalez, Leury Garcia and Lenyn Sosa. Last season, 2nd base was an aching area in the White Sox lineup. As a unit, White Sox 2nd basemen just struck .238/.278/.351 with 12 homers and 48 RBI in 2022.

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