White Sox prospect second baseman Micah Johnson is done for the season with a left hamstring injury.
There's only a week and a half remaining in the minor league season, so there's no reason to push it. Johnson, 23, batted .294/.351/.403 with five home runs, 44 RBI, and 22 stolen bases over 102 games this season between Double-A Birmingham and Triple-A Charlotte. He could inherit the starting second base job in 2015.
Losers whine about their best...... Winners go home and %##%# the prom queen.
Has to be the front runner for the second base job in 2015 now you'd think. The club has stated they see him there and won't move him. Semien will likely get moved to the outfield or elsewhere. Tim Anderson won't be rushed.