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Heat on White Sox second-base prospects Micah Johnson, Carlos Sanchez

Heat on White Sox second-base prospects Micah Johnson, Carlos Sanchez

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Micah Johnson took up hot yoga in the offseason to help with his flexibility as he comes back from a hamstring strain that cut his 2014 season short. The White Sox second-base prospect had to leave midway through his first class because he was certain he was going to faint. “I went to the bathroom, splashed water on my face and sat on the ground,” Johnson said. “You get heat exhaustion. I wasn't hydrated enough for that at all.” He returned better prepared for his second class, and his offseason work has pushed him back to feeling healthy again, he said. Now this spring he is working on handling a different heat — the...

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