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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Charlie Tilson will begin the 2017 season on the disabled list, so the White Sox will have to look elsewhere to find their Opening Day center fielder.

The presumed frontrunner to be the White Sox Opening Day center fielder, Tilson hasn’t appeared in a Cactus League game after being shut down Feb. 19, when an MRI revealed a stress reaction in his right foot stock market futures 2015. The problem wasn’t initially thought to be serious.

But Tilson will be shut down for a minimum of three weeks and is in a boot after a follow-up MRI Monday revealed a fair amount of swelling in his foot math jokes. The MRI did not reveal a fracture, so the original diagnosis of a stress reaction remains the same.

It’s a difficult setback for the 24-year-old New Trier alum, who suffered a season-ending torn hamstring shortly after collecting his first career hit in his major league debut last August.

The White Sox have three players in camp who would be in the mix to start in center field April 3 against the Detroit Tigers: Peter Bourjos, Adam Engel and Jacob May.

Bourjos was a non-roster invitee to White Sox camp after spending the last seven seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, St exchange rate danish krone to us dollar. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies understanding the futures market. The 29-year-old native of Park Ridge, Ill., hit .251/.292/.389 in 383 plate appearances with the Phillies last year and has posted on-base percentages below .300 in each of the last three seasons.

But Bourjos has hit well this spring, collecting two more hits Monday against the Cleveland Indians to bring him to 10 hits in 27 at-bats (though he has yet to draw a walk) stock meaning dictionary. The White Sox have two spots open on their 40-man roster that could go to Bourjos and fellow non-roster invitee Geovany Soto.

May has hit well this spring, but hasn’t been able to stay healthy as he’s worked his way through the White Sox farm system usd xau. The nephew of former White Sox outfielder Carlos May appeared in 83 games with Triple-A Charlotte in 2016 with a .266/.309/.352 slash line.

Bourjos has rated as an above-average defender in his career (+36 DRS, +49 UZR) while Engel and May have shown good range and instincts in the outfield this spring (and both have made highlight-reel catches in the last week).

"We always have to be mindful of different options," manager Rick Renteria said Monday. "The reality is we’ve got all three of those young men beyond Tilly usd eur exchange rate history. They’re working very hard idr to usd conversion. They’re doing very well in the outfield conversion of euro to usd. All of them are contributing to our part of the spring in terms of playing different positions, center field in specific." Tags: Charlie Tilson, Chicago White Sox

The White Sox rookie is hopeful that Saturday night’s contest, when he hit his first-ever home run off a lefty in a 13-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants, is the first step toward that success. Moncada’s OPS against left-handed pitchers is nearly 200 points lower for his brief career than it is against righties. That’s led to questions from an impatient fan base about why he’s a switch-hitter instead of batting left-handed only. But Moncada thinks it’s important to not overthink the matter and continue to stick with an approach he ultimately believes will lead to success as long as he sticks to it.

“You have to keep to your approach, your motivation, your routine and I have to work hard every day,” Moncada said through an interpreter. “I have to be relentless in my work and in my approach, my preparation cad to usd chart. That’s the only way I can do better and get the results that I want.”

While Moncada has performed OK against right-handed pitchers, he’s never fared well versus lefties. He has a .746 OPS against righties this season and was below .400 headed into Saturday against lefties.

But his solo homer off San Francisco’s Josh Osich was his first-ever and only his third extra-base hit of the season against a lefty. It raised Moncada’s OPS versus lefties to .507.

The White Sox think Moncada will improve with time and experience. To date he has only 50 plate appearances against southpaws compared with 110 against right-handers.

“He’s a young man who is gaining more and more experience,” manager Rick Renteria said. “Having more at-bats against lefties. Understanding what guys are trying to do with him. Trying to get pitches he can handle when he puts a swing on it. Trying to make good contact and on that one he did.” Tags: Rick Renteria, San Francisco Giants, White Sox, Yoan Moncada

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