"[Hernandez] should be a starter," Guillen said Thursday. "It's up to him to see how he feels."
Neither Hernandez nor McCarthy, however, has extensive experience in the bullpen, and the Sox have three off-days during the first 10 days of the season. That virtually rules out the possibility of a six-man rotation to start the season.
"I don't know exactly what we're going to do," Guillen said.
From the same article, I found this much more interesting.
In the second half, specifically August and September, Uribe had the best K/BB ratio and strike zone judgment of any White Sox batter. He seemed very adept at laying down the occasional bunt and puting the ball in play when he had to (e.g. hit-and-runs). Most of all, I think the move would make him concentrate more, resulting in a whole lot more production at the plate. -- A little outside the box, but this is a move that I would like to see at least attempted.