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CHICAGO -- The record is not quite where the White Sox would like it to be after three months of baseball. But they definitely like the feel of the team assembled for the 2014 campaign.

"It has been a good change as far as just being in every game, being in every moment, competing throughout the games," White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers said. "I guess we did that for a fair bit of games last year but I don't know if we necessarily did that for every game.

"There was a lot of disappointment. Frustration going around and obviously a lot of that is still part of the game. But this team seems to kind of move past that really without giving it any thought and just continues to compete and fight throughout every game."

Flowers had no guess as to whether the White Sox would add or subtract with the non-waiver Trade Deadline approaching. He has been with the White Sox long enough to know they are always pushing the envelope to make this team better "now and in the future."

"I'm sure if that opportunity presents itself, they won't hesitate to at least explore it," Flowers said. "But I guess we really can't worry about it too much.

"Everyone has enjoyed the group of guys we have here. I think we are definitely capable of winning more games than we have thus far. A couple of things haven't gone our way in a few games."

Scott Merkin is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Merk's Works, and follow him on Twitter @scottmerkin. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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