GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) The Chicago White Sox thought they'd have a handle on the identity of their new closer by now.
When Addison Reed and his 40 saves were dealt to Arizona, it created an opening, and there were to be no shortage of candidates. However, it has been a rocky spring so far for most of them.
Nate Jones missed time early due to injury. Matt Lindstrom, who has the most experience in the job, also has battled an oblique strain, a first in his eight-year career. Rookie Daniel Webb missed a week after a death in his family.