The White Sox utility player, who had just 21 at-bats over 17 games played, doesn't believe his team-best 6-of-6 on stolen bases will continue without drawing attention from opposing teams.
"They haven't pitched out at all on me," Lillibridge said. "At one point, it's going to start coming so I just have to be smarter. For the most part, I'm getting good chances to run knowing it's going to be a certain pitch. I just have to keep working on it, help whenever I can and wait for an opportunity to secure a role."
Lillibridge had a breakout year in 2011 as the top White Sox defensive outfielder and with 13 homers and 10 stolen bases. He admitted to feeling a little uncomfortable at the plate over a couple of games but has figured out a little something with his swing to give him a stronger feel.
"I want to be here for a long time," Lillibridge said. "I know I'm worth something, and I feel like I have a great opportunity to help this team one way or another."