Guillen spent the spring trying to win a back-up job in Baltimore, while the White Sox want to hand their shortstop job to Benji Gil. Are the planets out of whack, or what? Gil's a lifetime .215 batter, but he still holds the key to any success Chicago may hope to have this year because it has a very green staff that needs solid defensive support. Meaning Gil can't commit more than 15 errors this year. (He committed 19 errors in 327 chances last season.) If he boots more than two grounders a month, the Sox will struggle, rookie Mike Caruso will be forced into the lineup, and Benji will wear a dog collar the rest of his career.