• Former two-sport star Bo Jackson was in camp on Monday morning in Glendale to serve as a special instructor. Jackson, a former Heisman trophy winner at Auburn and a Raiders running back, played in the Majors with the Royals, Angels and White Sox.
Jackson played for Chicago in the 1991 and '93 seasons, hitting .231 with 19 home runs. He is expected to be in town all week after being named a White Sox community ambassador in January.
• The White Sox will host seven members of Glendale's Luke Air Force Base for batting practice and Wednesday's game. Illinois natives and White Sox fans Ryan Perry (Sauk Village, Ill.) and Chris Powell (South Holland, Ill.) are among the seven. The five others are Anthony Drew (Phoenix), Sean Walls (Huber Heights, Ohio), Peter Lacasse (Detroit), Leonard Hodges (Houston) and Robert Davis (Defiance, Ohio).
Joey Nowak is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @joeynowak. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.