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Several White Sox Players Getting Head Start on 2021 Season

Several White Sox players have filtered into Camelback Ranch for some early preparation before Spring Training officially begins.

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Despite the possibility of Spring Training being delayed due to COVID-19 concerns, a group of White Sox players has already gotten to work in Glendale, Arizona.

Dallas Keuchel, Yasmani Grandal, Yoan Moncada, Adam Engel, Nick Madrigal, Danny Mendrick, Zack Collins, Garrett Crochet, Jace Fry, Jimmy Lambert, and newcomer Adam Eaton have all been sighted working out at Camelback Ranch, the Spring Training home of the White Sox.

Pitchers and catchers don’t report to Spring Training until February 17th and the first full-squad workout is scheduled for February 22nd. This group getting a head start on preparation for 2021 should come as no surprise to White Sox fans, as a group of players showed up quite early to the grounds in Arizona last season as well.

Fan excitement surrounding the White Sox has grown over the past two seasons, and it has clearly bled over into members of the roster, too. With players showing up in late January to gear up for the upcoming schedule, it looks like another hungry White Sox team will take the field in 2021.

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