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AL Central Notes; Jimmy Rollins, frigid Detroit, Decker's draw to Royals

The latest news surrounding the American League Central.

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The White Sox made one of the frugal signings of the winter, inking shortstop Jimmy Rollins to a deal with $2 million. That investment is already paying off for Chicago, writes David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune.

Rollins' personalities have opened the door for a camaraderie to be built within the clubhouse, and those close to the team say that's the biggest difference with this year's version of the White Sox. And winning two tighter games to open the season is exactly what manager Robin Ventura is hoping to see, as his job could be on the line if this fails.

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