Photos from White Sox Cactus League opener

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Chicago White Sox’s Carlos Sanchez hits an RBI sacrifice fly ball during a spring training baseball game Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Here’s what the White Sox’ spring training opening game against the Los Angeles Dodgers looked like on a sunny, 63-degree day at Camelback Ranch. AP photos by Morry Gash.

<em>Dodgers and White Sox players line up.</em>

Dodgers and White Sox players line up.

<em>White Sox manager Rick Renteria shakes hands with Dodgers manager Dave Roberts before the game.</em>

White Sox manager Rick Renteria shakes hands with Dodgers manager Dave Roberts before the game.

<em>LA’s Clayton Kershaw throws during the first inning.</em>

LA’s Clayton Kershaw throws during the first inning.

<em>Yolmer Sanchez lifts a sacrifice fly.</em>

Yolmer Sanchez lifts a sacrifice fly.

<em>Melky Cabrera</em>

Melky Cabrera

<em>Tyler Danish throws during the fifth inning.</em>

Tyler Danish throws during the fifth inning.

<em>Avisail Garcia can’t catch a double hit by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Logan Forsythe during the third inning.</em>

Avisail Garcia can’t catch a double hit by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Logan Forsythe during the third inning.

<em>The White Sox bullpen during the third inning.</em>

The White Sox bullpen during the third inning.

<em>The Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig.</em>

The Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig.

<em>Carson Fulmer started and pitched two scoreless innings.</em>

Carson Fulmer started and pitched two scoreless innings.

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