Pictures from White Sox camp

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Jose Abreu wipes his bat before taking batting practice at the team’s spring training baseball facility Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Here are photos taken Saturday of the 2018 White Sox from their spring training complex at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. Associated Press photos by Carlos Osorio.

<em>Manager Rick Renteria.</em>

Manager Rick Renteria.

<em>Avisail Garcia warms up before hitting.</em>

Avisail Garcia warms up before hitting.

<em>Jose Abreu gives bat some TLC before taking batting practice.</em>

Jose Abreu gives bat some TLC before taking batting practice.

<em>Tim Anderson talks with teammate Yolmer Sanchez during BP.</em>

Tim Anderson talks with teammate Yolmer Sanchez during BP.

<em>Carson Fulmer covers first during pitchers’ fielding practice.<br></em>

Carson Fulmer covers first during pitchers’ fielding practice.

<em>Michael Kopech gets loose with other White Sox pitchers.</em>

Michael Kopech gets loose with other White Sox pitchers.

<em>Pitchers warm up under the first blue skies of camp.</em>

Pitchers warm up under the first blue skies of camp.

<em>Pitching prospect Alec Hansen throws during his 25-30 pitch bullpen session.</em>

Pitching prospect Alec Hansen throws during his 25-30 pitch bullpen session.

<em>Michael Kopech signs an autograph for a fan.</em>

Michael Kopech signs an autograph for a fan.

<em>Carlos Rodon, working his way back after arthroscopic shoulder surgery, played catch for third time in four days.</em>

Carlos Rodon, working his way back after arthroscopic shoulder surgery, played catch for third time in four days.

<em>Rick Renteria, left, and GM Rick Hahn.</em>

Rick Renteria, left, and GM Rick Hahn.

<em>Pitching prospect Michael Kopech.</em>

Pitching prospect Michael Kopech.

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