… The outfielder has been fighting for a spot on the White Sox throughout spring training, which may be more routine than warming up for him. Milledge hasn’t taken any time off since the last season ended.
“I went to Venezuela and played the whole season there,” Milledge said. “I just haven’t take off since last season. I went home for about seven to ten days and for those seven to ten days I actually went to instructional league to get ready for the season over there.”
Earning a starting position isn’t likely for Milledge and he knows that.
“What I want to accomplish is to show the team that I can do anything at any time. If somebody’s tired or somebody’s down, I can step in and be able to produce and not look at the lineup sideways,” Milledge said.