- Doug Padilla, Chicago White Sox beat reporter
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Chicago White Sox cleared out their major league clubhouse a little further Tuesday, announcing seven roster moves.
The most significant move was to option infielder Leury Garcia to Triple-A Charlotte. He turned his speed and versatility into a major league bench role last season, but the presence of both Emilio Bonifacio and Gordon Beckham squeezed him out this spring.
Three pitchers were reassigned to minor league camp: Right-handers Logan Kensing and Nolan Sanburn, as well as left-hander Joe Savery.
With the moves, the White Sox now have 44 players remaining in major league camp with less than two weeks remaining to settle on a 25-man roster. Of the players remaining in camp, 25 are pitchers with four catchers, nine infielders and six outfielders.
Seven Chicago White Sox players, led by utility infielder Leury Garcia, were moved off the major league roster Tuesday.