Chicago White Sox: Juan Uribe has won the right to start at second base on Opening Day but he is not necessarily the team's second baseman. Manager Ozzie Guillen is keeping his options open and will get Willie Harris plenty of playing time, just not against lefthanders -- against whom he struggles. Uribe arrived via trade from Colorado where he had developed a bad reputation. "I think we had a bad scouting report on him,'' Guillen told Scott Gregor of the Arlington Heights Daily Herald. "They said he wasn't too smart and he has a lot of problems. He's been pretty good.''
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