June 29, 2020 at 10:21 am CDT The White Sox on Monday announced their preliminary player swimming pool for the 2020 season. Gamer pools can include approximately 60 players, and only players in a groups swimming pool will be eligible to take part in summer training camp or regular/postseason video games. Teams are complimentary to change the makeup of the swimming pools as they please, once a groups pool reaches 60 gamers, a player must be gotten rid of (released, traded, waived, etc.) in order to make a brand-new addition. That gamer becomes disqualified to go back to that exact same group in 2020.
Not all gamers within a teams swimming pool are ticketed for MLB playing time, obviously. Many groups will consist of well-regarded however still far-off potential customers as a means of getting them training reps without any objective of running them onto a major league diamond this season. A detailed review of 2020s unique set of rules can be discovered here.
Here are the 44 gamers in the White Sox preliminary swimming pool (* suggests gamer not on 40-man lineup) …
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