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GLENDALE, Ariz. - Call it a friendly little reminder from White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen.
After a 6-1 loss to San Diego on Wednesday, Guillen let his players know that they need to pick it up the final days of Cactus League play, rather than relying on flipping the intensity switch on Monday.
"I think when we look around, everyone looks the same way because of how long spring training was, but in the meanwhile, you can't just flip the switch,'' Guillen said. "Maybe in the next couple of days we can pick it up.
"I think over all, we need to play better defense. We look real shaky in the field, and we have to be better than that. I think everyone in general, get up in the morning, go practice and then go play, it's not easy for a long period of time. I think the guys are looking forward to the start of the season.''

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