White Sox prospect Micah Johnson wants to be a GM


White Sox prospect Micah Johnson will battle Carlos Sanchez for the starting second base job this spring, but the 24-year-old already has an idea of what he wants to do once he hangs up his spikes: he would like to become a general manager, per MLB.com’s Scott Merkin.

Johnson plans to go to law school. He spent the latter half of 2014 taking online courses through Indiana University and is now 13 credits away from graduating with degrees in General Studies and Spanish with a minor in Labor Studies.

Prior to suffering a left hamstring injury in August, Johnson was batting .294/.351/.403 with 22 stolen bases between Double-A Birmingham and Triple-A Charlotte.