Anderson is a lock

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Good news for Brian Anderson. Even if he doesn’t win the starting job in center field, it sounds like he’s at least locked in to being the fourth outfielder when the team breaks camp and leaves Phoenix for the South Side.

“He’s my man, yes,” manager Ozzie Guillen said on Tuesday of Anderson at least being the fourth outfielder. “I hope he can be a starting center fielder. I don’t know how we’re going to do it, if it’s going to be a platoon situation. But I think Brian grew up a little bit as a man and as a baseball player, a lot better. And the job he did for us last year was outstanding. He took his role very well.”

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