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Article updated: 2/9/2013 10:12 PM

Sox' starting rotation key to potential playoff run

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The White Sox signed Jeff Keppinger to a three-year, $12 million contract in the off-season. The former Devil Ray hit .325 last season and is penciled in as the starting third baseman for the White Sox.

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Jake Peavy's record was just 11-12 last season, but he produced a sparkling 3.37 ERA.

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Adam Dunn had a nice bounceback season in 2012 with 41 home runs and 96 RBI. He still struck out at an alarming rate, though, finishing with a major-league-high 222.

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White Sox pitchers and catchers report to spring training Tuesday, a sure sign the 2013 season is coming into view. Scot Gregor looks at five keys for the Sox this season, headed by the starting rotation.
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    • The White Sox signed Jeff Keppinger to a three-year, $12 million contract in the off-season. The former Devil Ray hit .325 last season and is penciled in as the starting third baseman for the White Sox.
    • Jake Peavy’s record was just 11-12 last season, but he produced a sparkling 3.37 ERA.
    • Adam Dunn had a nice bounceback season in 2012 with 41 home runs and 96 RBI. He still struck out at an alarming rate, though, finishing with a major-league-high 222.
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