Credit for that infield development goes in part to bench coach Joey Cora, according to White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen.
"Joey takes a lot of pride in his job and he takes it very serious when the infielders don't play the game right and he goes after them pretty good," Guillen said. "That's why those guys are learning how to play the game in the big leagues, especially those three kids. They're going to get better with experience and time. They're going to get better with confidence."