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White Sox Organization Report

Phil Rogers -Premium Content

A year ago, the White Sox were so bereft of lefthanded relievers that they rounded up seven non-roster lefties to compete for a job in their bullpen. But with the acquisition of Matt Thornton and the emergence of Boone Logan, Paulino Reynoso and Heath Phillips, a year later the Sox declared their senior lefty specialist expendable.

Majors | #2006#Chicago White Sox#Organization Reports

Braves Organization Report

Bill Ballew -Premium Content

With rumors about Marcus Giles flying around like trailers in a tornado, it seemed likely that the veteran second baseman would be turning double plays somewhere other than Turner Field in 2007. Atlanta's need to invest its payroll in other directions is the primary reason for the Giles rumors. Cheaper options also make the situation viable. The organization's depth at second base has become deeper so far this offseason with the performances of several prospects.

Majors | #2006#Atlanta Braves#Organization Reports