White Sox take it easy in heat
CHICAGO – With temperatures reaching the high-90s and a heat index soaring above 100 degrees, White Sox manager Robin Ventura is taking all the possible precautions.
The Sox did not hold their usual early batting practice before Friday’s series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays and eliminated infield work. Since the Sox’s homestand began Tuesday, the game-time temperature has hovered between 91 and 99 degrees. At game-time Friday, it was 91 with a heat index of 104.
“It's better than cold,” designated hitter Adam Dunn said. “I'll take this over cold any day. It's hot for [the other team] too.”
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