"He's got a simple approach," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "I think he can hit either left-handed or right-handed pitchers. I'm not afraid to move him around to third or fifth or sixth. He's a good hitter. He's legit.
"I think Conor's much different this year than he was last year [in terms] of just understanding how hard it is on a daily basis to really get ahead in the big leagues. Trust it and stay with it, leave yesterday behind and focus on the stuff you can control today. Conor's in a better spot."
Jack Etkin is a contributor to MLB.com.
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