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Paul Sullivan: White Sox phenom Eloy Jimenez is ready, no matter when he gets the call

Rick Hahn sighed when asked at the general managers meetings in November whether Eloy Jimenez could break camp with the White Sox.

"We'll have this conversation eight more times in February and March," he replied.

That sounded like a challenge.

Fittingly, after the first official workout of spring training on Wednesday at Camelback Ranch, Hahn twice was asked the Eloy question: What does he have to do to make the team?

Pick your favorite reply.

Response A: "From our standpoint, we want everyone in camp to approach

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