"I don't really think about that. It's something I have no control over," said Viciedo through translator and White Sox manager of cultural development Lino Diaz. "I have to take care of myself and prepare for the season. That's what I've been doing."
Viciedo started in left field in Friday's 4-3 win over the Reds after starting Thursday's contest in the same spot against the Mariners at Camelback Ranch. De Aza played left field in Surprise against the Royals during split-squad action Thursday.
Manager Robin Ventura already has stated that he won't be worried about naming a starter, instead letting them play and seeing what materializes.
During the offseason, Viciedo stressed getting in good physical shape and then did a little hitting. That offensive side is getting more play in Arizona, as Viciedo looks to surpass his .265 average, 14 homers and 56 RBIs from 2013.
"I'm feeling really good," Viciedo said. "I'm working on being a little more under control, having a little bit more patience in the zone."
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