Worth noting

• The plays of the day in Thursday's contest came in right field. Keenyn Walker, the White Sox No. 8 prospect, according to MLB.com, ended the fourth inning by throwing Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy out at home. Milwaukee right fielder Josh Prince also made two nice running catches in the fourth and fifth innings.

At the plate, Walker went 1-for-3 and scored two runs, upping his spring average to .333 (4-for-12).

"He's looked great," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said about Walker. "From last year to this year, it's a good improvement that you see guys get better and just mature and kind of grow in the system."

• Outfielder Jordan Danks, who has been inactive because of discomfort in his right elbow, pinch-hit Thursday but didn't play the field.

• Josh Bell launched a ninth-inning home run to right field that flew over the fence 364 feet away and nearly landed on the sidewalk atop the berm at Maryvale Baseball Park.