"I saw a lot of pitches and that was my goal today, to see as many pitches as I could, and see if I felt good, and I did," Rios said after his club's 7-2 win. "I had to run a lot today."
Manager Robin Ventura said Rios looked good.
"I feel comfortable with that he's fine," he said. "Health-wise it was a good game."
Rios played for Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic and missed White Sox camp from March 3-22. For that reason Ventura said he wasn't worried about Rios playing in a full game before the season opener Monday against Kansas City.
"He has played nine innings and gone through it," Ventura said.
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