Campana tears ACL, likely to miss entire '15 season

Non-roster invitee was in mix for roster spot

Campana tears ACL, likely to miss entire '15 season

CHICAGO -- Tony Campana suffered a torn ACL during a recent training session and most likely will miss the 2015 season, as announced by the White Sox on Tuesday on their official Twitter account. The White Sox did not specify which knee was injured.

Campana, 28, played two seasons with the Cubs and posted 54 total stolen bases in 59 attempts during that time. Campana, who spent parts of the past two seasons with the D-backs and Angels, was a non-roster invite to Spring Training by the White Sox, placed in the mix for the final position player roster spot with his speed, assuming that Micah Johnson or Carlos Sanchez wins the second-base job.

J.B. Shuck, Trayce Thompson, non-roster invite Michael Taylor and Leury Garcia stand as a few of the names as possibilities for that 25th spot.

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