Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 12 Days

Alejandro De Aza popped his third homer in three games Thursday against the Twins.

The White Sox thought they were picking De Aza's on-base percentage and defense over Dayan Viciedo's power in left field to start the season. Imagine their surprise that De Aza has three homers already. He'll start against right-handers for the foreseeable future.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 15 Days

Alejandro De Aza clubbed a pair of home runs in a 5-3 win over the Twins on Opening Day.

De Aza smacked a two-run shot in the second inning and later added a solo homer in the sixth. This was the first multi-homer game of his career. De Aza is set to share playing time with Dayan Viciedo in left field, but a shot start could give him the edge. The good news is that he should get more playing time than Viciedo even if the White Sox go with a straight platoon.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 19 Days

Alejandro De Aza doubled and homered in his only two at-bats as the White Sox fell to the Cubs 4-3 on Thursday.

De Aza went back-to-back with Adam Dunn in the ninth inning against Wesley Wright, a last-ditch effort to bring the White Sox back into the game. The blast was De Aza's second of the spring and he is now hitting .383. He has certainly played his way into consideration for more playing time, and may take some away from Dayan Viciedo in left field.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 23 Days

Alejandro De Aza had another nice day at the plate on Sunday, going 2-for-4 with a run scored as the White Sox and Rockies played to a 5-5 draw.

De Aza continues to battle Dayan Viciedo for the team's starting job in left field, and has stated his case strongly by slashing .410/.425/.564 in Cactus League play. If he does receive everyday at-bats, his combination of power and speed give him plenty of mixed league value.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 24 Days

Alejandro De Aza went 2-for-3 with his first home run of the spring against the Giants on Saturday.

De Aza's two-hit day raised his spring average to .400. The 29-year-old is in a fight for his life with Dayan Viciedo for a starting spot in the White Sox outfield. If the team opts to go in another direction, De Aza will likely draw interest on the trade market.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 1 Month

Alejandro De Aza went 1-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored on Wednesday against the Giants.

De Aza got the White Sox on the board in the fifth inning with an RBI single. He also stole a base. De Aza's spring average is up to .400, which is good news for the White Sox as De Aza has been garnering some trade interest.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 1 Month

Alejandro De Aza went 2-for-3 against the Brewers on Monday.

Both hits were singles. Recent reports have indicated that the Twins are interested in De Aza, who is currently hitting .412 in the Cactus League. As the season progresses, De Aza should draw interest elsewhere as well, and could be a useful trade chip for the White Sox leading up to the July 31 trade deadline.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 3 Months

White Sox avoided arbitration with OF Alejandro De Aza by agreeing to a one-year, $4.25 million contract.

It's De Aza's second year of arbitration eligibility. He's batted .278/.343/.421 with 30 homers and 58 steals over his last two and a half seasons for the White Sox but is slated for fourth outfielder duty in 2014.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 4 Months

John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Giants have "checked in" on Alejandro De Aza.

The White Sox are expected to trade De Aza with Adam Eaton now in the fold. He's projected by MLBTradeRumors.com to make $4.4 million in his second year of arbitration this winter, which isn't too much. He would be used in left field, pushing Gregor Blanco to a backup role.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF CWS 4 Months

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the White Sox will be fielding trade inquiries on Alejandro De Aza following the acquisition of Adam Eaton.

Eaton will take over in center field, leaving De Aza without a position. De Aza is projected by MLBTradeRumors.com to make $4.4 million in his second year of arbitration this winter. It's not a bad price to pay for a guy that's batted .278/.343/.421 with 30 homers and 58 steals over his last two and a half seasons.