The only problem for Pomeranz is the Rockies won't be ready for him until April 15.
As for Danks, he made his last appearance before taking the mound Friday for his first career Opening Day start in Arlington, Texas. The southpaw gets the honor in front of his home-state family and friends, and Danks tuned up with six solid frames, striking out two and not issuing a walk, while yielding just three hits, against the Rockies."You like to have a good one going into the season," Danks said, "but like I said before, it was a goal to finish on good note, but it wouldn't have been awful if I hadn't. For sure, there were some things I will take into the season, some of the adjustments that will help me out. It's always good to finish strong." The Rockies scored in the second when Chris Nelson's two-out triple brought home Jordan Pacheco, who had doubled with one out. Nelson then drove in another run with a single in the eighth inning. Wil Nieves homered in the ninth. White Sox slugger Adam Dunn homered in the ninth inning. Up next for White Sox: Jake Peavy's goal was to taper off a bit in regard to workload during his final Cactus League start of Spring Training. That trip to the mound comes Sunday in Goodyear, with a first pitch of 3:05 p.m. CT, live on MLB.TV and Gameday Audio. Look for the right-hander to throw fewer innings and fewer pitches in comparison to his Minor League start this past Tuesday, giving Zach Stewart ample time and opportunity to work two or three innings in relief, with Addison Reed, Matt Thornton and Hector Santiago also scheduled to throw. The White Sox are expected to throw out their everyday lineup, with the exception of Kosuke Fukudome in right instead of Alex Rios.