White Sox utility infielder Alex Cintron started at shortstop Monday night because of his previous success against Detroit's hard-throwing rookie Justin Verlander.But even with a healthy Juan Uribe back, Cintron is getting more playing time than he had anticipated after coming over from the Arizona Diamondbacks."I think I got enough playing time, especially when Uribe got hurt twice this season," Cintron said. "I probably don't have the same at-bats as last year, but I was in a different league. If a guy is getting 300 at-bats in this league, he's doing very well."
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