Those last two bullpen arms behind Robertson, Jones, Putnam, Petricka and Jennings present a few choices. Ynoa is out of options and should get the nod after yielding one run over his final 11 1/3 innings last season, while fanning 12.
Cory Luebke makes sense in that the White Sox could use a second southpaw, but in season No. 1 of the rebuild, the team might not be worried about matchups. So the final choice goes to Swarzak, who could work in the long-relief role.
Both Luebke and Swarzak need a 40-man roster spot, with the White Sox current roster sitting at 38. So Dylan Covey, a Rule 5 Draft selection who the White Sox potentially could lose, also remains in play, as do Tommy Kahnle and Juan Minaya.
Soto, Sanchez and Garcia have a chance to be in the Opening Day starting lineup depending on how manager Rick Renteria wants to align things. Asche has worked his way into the White Sox thought process, possibly even becoming a trade candidate if he does well at the season's outset.
This lineup certainly could shift a bit. The White Sox remain confident in Davidson's swing adjustments and overhaul, but his Cactus League contact issues could lead Renteria to use Asche at DH or move Cabrera there and put Leury Garcia in the outfield with Davidson in reserve.
Jacob May is an interesting case in that he could move into the starting center-field slot due to Charlie Tilson's right foot stress reaction eventually sending him to the disabled list, making Bourjos an important piece in reserve. May has Major League level defensive and baserunning skills, but the White Sox won't want him up if he's not playing regularly.
Remember again, the White Sox 40-man is at 38. Soto, Bourjos, Asche, Swarzak and/or Luebke would need spots.