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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Exposed: Yolmer is a bit uncertain without his power shade goggles, like a reverse Clark Kent.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Forget the batter, Xavier Cedeno is trying to catch whoever’s been eating all the wasabi sunflower seeds in the White Sox dugout.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Dylan Cease, he who shall not be named. (Seriously, brother was a top prize in the Jose Quintana deal, can we get his name on a uniform?)
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
As the only one on the team courageous enough to raise his leg for an action pose, it’s clear: Miguel Gonzalez does yoga.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Imagine the frustration: Yolmer is stuck as the subject of photo day while a delicious prank is being committed, just out of his grasp.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
This is how Jake Burger warns pitchers after they say he looks too much like Bobby Jenks.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
A fresh-faced Tyler Saladino reacquaints himself with his bat.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Eloy Jimenez indulges a “Babe Ruth Called Shot” photo. He’s like, “You guys don’t realize I’m going to do this for real one day, do you.”
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Jace Fry teases the batter.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Luis Alex Basabe, pondering.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Aaron Bummer, mesmerized.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Casey Gillaspie is displaying approximately 21% more patience with photo day than his brother Conor did.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Jacob May is keeping the lid tight.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Thyago Vieira has the best smile on the team. I’m picturing him out on the mound singing Otis Redding’s “The Happy Song”.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Jordan Guerrero, and his faraway eyes. You didn’t end up getting Rule Fived, Jordan. Come back to us...
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
If Charlie Tilson doesn’t self-destruct in a new and exotic way this season, we just found our matinee idol for 2018.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Tim Anderson heard all of the naysayers last year. He is going to make them pay, one by one.
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Chicago White Sox Photo Day
Someone just reminded Reynaldo Lopez he wasn’t called up until August 11 last year.
Chicago White Sox Photo Day
OK, maybe Thyago has already been supplanted as owner of the best smile on the team.