Eloy Jiménez played like a man with a new contract.
The top White Sox prospect homered and reached in all four plate appearances Saturday in a 5-1 Cactus League victory over the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch.
Jiménez, who signed a six-year, $43 million extension on Friday, walked in the first inning before lining a single off Brock Stewart in the second. MLB.com's No. 3 overall prospect followed with an infield single in the fifth and powered up with a big fly to straightaway center field in the seventh.
"Now that the contract negotiation is done and I know that I'm going to fulfill my dream of playing in the big league, I don't have any distractions on my mind," Jiménez told MLB.com. "Now people are going to really see what I'm capable of doing because the only thing I have on my mind is to play baseball like I know I can do it. Today's game was just an example.
"During the game, I felt good. My swing was good, I was seeing the ball very good and I hit it hard. Today was a good day on and off the field, one of the best days that someone can have."
Jiménez is batting .241 with a .784 OPS in 10 Cactus League games. His new contract makes it easier for the White Sox to carry him on the Opening Day roster, although the team has not announced a move.
In other spring action:Nationals 4, Cardinals 4Victor Robles
is making it difficult on the Nationals to send the outfielder back to the Minors. The team's top prospect continued his impressive spring by going 2-for-2 with a double. Robles has a .362/.475/.574 slash line with two homers, a triple, two doubles, 10 RBIs, 13 runs scored and seven stolen bases in 20 Grapefruit League games. Cardinals No. 28 prospect Max Schrock
went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk, an RBI and a run scored. Fourth-ranked Dakota Hudson
allowed three hits and a pair of walks while fanning three over six scoreless frames for the Redbirds. Box scoreMets 12, Atlanta 2
Top Mets prospect Pete Alonso
continued his Grapefruit League tear with three hits, including a double, an RBI and three runs scored. The 24-year-old is hitting .375/.403/.641 with four homers, five doubles, 11 RBIs and 11 runs scored in 20 spring games. Third-ranked Ronny Mauricio
went 2-for-3 with a walk, two RBIs and a run scored, while No. 16 Will Toffey
doubled, walked and lifted a sacrifice fly for the winners. Fifth-ranked Braves prospect Austin Riley
singled and walked in his only plate appearances. Box scoreRed Sox 12, Pirates (ss) 3
Second-ranked Pirates prospect Ke'Bryan Hayes
launched a three-run homer, his third of the spring, in the sixth inning. Bucs No. 8 prospect Bryan Reynolds
contributed a pair of singles. Box scorePirates (ss) 5, Phillies 3
No. 4 Pirates prospect Oneil Cruz
clubbed his second spring dinger, a solo shot in the fifth inning. Bucs No. 15 prospect Will Craig
worked a walk in the sixth and came around to score, while 18th-ranked Pablo Reyes
collected a hit, a walk and a run scored. Box scoreBlue Jays (ss) 7, Yankees 3
Blue Jays No. 25 prospect Samad Taylor
lined a go-ahead two-run single in the seventh inning and walked, while 30th-ranked Cal Stevenson
singled and scored twice after entering as a pinch-runner. Right-hander Elvis Luciano
(No. 28) recorded his first spring win after allowing a hit and a walk while striking out two over two innings of scoreless relief. Box scoreTigers 8, Rays 7
No. 8 prospect Christin Stewart
put the Tigers on the board with a three-run double in the first inning and scored a run. Jose Azocar
(No. 30) singled and also scored a run, while 16th-ranked Rays prospect Josh Lowe
doubled and scored a run. Box scoreBrewers 7 (ss), Rangers 3
Top Brewers prospect Keston Hiura
delivered an RBI double and second-ranked Corey Ray
plated another run with a sacrifce fly. Ray also doubled and stole a base, while 30th-ranked Trent Grisham
singled and scored a run. For the Rangers, No. 12 prospect Chris Seise
and 22nd-ranked Sherten Apostel
both went 1-for-3 with a run scored and 20th-ranked A.J. Alexy
fanned two and walked one in a scoreless frame. Box scoreBlue Jays (ss) 8, Canada Junior Team 3
Blue Jays No. 2 prospect Bo Bichette
doubled, walked, drove in one run and scored another, while third-ranked Danny Jansen
singled in his lone at-bat. Box score Giants 3, D-backs 2
Giants No. 22 prospect Aramis Garcia
singled and came around to score, while 15th-ranked Melvin Adon
struck out the side around two hits in the ninth for the save. D-backs No. 14 prospect Yoan López
retired both batters he faced, striking out one. Box score Offseason MiLB includePadres 11, Angels 4
Padres No. 4 prospect Francisco Mejía
singled twice and drove in three runs, boosting his Cactus League slash line to .364/.391/.659. Torii Hunter Jr.
singled in his lone at-bat for the Angels. Box scoreTwins 8, Orioles 7
Top Orioles prospect Yusniel Díaz
drew a four-pitch walk and scored a run in the sixth inning. No. 7 Ryan McKenna
went 1-for-1 with a bunt single. Box scoreAstros 5, Marlins 0
Astros No. 23 prospect Abraham Toro
went 2-for-4 with a double and 13th-ranked Ronnie Dawson
scored on José Altuve
's first spring homer. Astros right-hander Josh James
, MLB.com's No. 62 overall prospect, allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless eighth inning, while Dean Deetz
(No. 20) fanned two in a spotless ninth to end the game. Box scoreRockies 11, Cubs 6
Third-ranked Rockies prospect Garrett Hampson
went 1-for-2 with a triple in the seventh inning and a run scored. He knocked his Cactus League batting average to .286 with a .991 OPS. Box score