By Mark GonzalesGLENDALE, Ariz. - Dennis Gilbert made his annual contribution to the Chicago White Sox's spring workouts Wednesday by participating in rundown drills.Gilbert, a special assistant to chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, performed as the "rabbit" during the fundamentals portion of the Sox's workout at Camelback Ranch prior to their game against Cincinnati at Goodyear. Gilbert, 63, a former minor league player with Boston and the New York Mets, actually eluded a tag by shortstop Alexei Ramirez during one rundown between first and second base."Now you know why they call him 'Go-Go,' " bench coach Joey Cora quipped. During the final drill between third base and home plate, Gilbert took a "drop" in an effort to prolong a rundown.Gilbert has worked with the Sox since 2000. He was one of the founders of the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation in 2003 that raised more than $350,000 at its annual dinner two months ago in Southern California.