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Old 07-04-2012, 08:38 AM
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Jesse Crain headed to the DL with right shoulder discomfort. No reported structural damage. No word on who will be called up

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Old 07-04-2012, 08:42 AM
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Jesse Crain headed to the DL with right shoulder discomfort. No reported structural damage. No word on who will be called up

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How's that Gregory Infante kid been doing? Might he be the next one called up?
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Old 07-04-2012, 03:36 PM
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How's that Gregory Infante kid been doing? Might he be the next one called up?
Duente Heath.
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Old 07-06-2012, 05:50 PM
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Danks on his rehab for the left shoulder: "As soon as I’m ready to do something, we are going to do it. I’m tired of where we are at."

Danks said the soreness is getting better and his frustration comes from not being out there and pitching for a first-place team

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Here is my official press release: White Sox Philip Humber scheduled to rehab tonight for KnightsBaseball:

http://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp...=.jsp&sid=t494
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From what Altchek saw, no MRI exam was needed.
So that brings us back to Chappas' question. Why not just do the damn MRI anyway?
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Old 07-07-2012, 09:35 AM
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Humber threw 63 pitches last nite,gave up a couple of runs,but said afterward that his arm feels good. Looks like he will make one more rehab start(probably Wed),and then be ready to come back for the Detroit series after next weekend.

Would be good to have him available on the tail-end of the first time thru the rotation after the ASG. My choice: Peavy,Quintana,Floyd vs KC,with Sale,Humber and Peavy vs Tigers.
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Old 07-12-2012, 09:48 AM
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Cooper was on the Score this morning with Hanley and Rozner and Rozner asked about Danks. Coop said Danks isn't on his radar and doesn't expect anything to happen for another 2-3 weeks. Said Danks is still feeling soreness and that they are taking their time with him. Rozner then asked how long it would take Danks to come back when he finally does feel right and Cooper said it would be another 3-4 weeks after that. So, if Danks does return to the rotation it most likely won't be until September.
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:47 AM
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Cooper was on the Score this morning with Hanley and Rozner and Rozner asked about Danks. Coop said Danks isn't on his radar and doesn't expect anything to happen for another 2-3 weeks. Said Danks is still feeling soreness and that they are taking their time with him. Rozner then asked how long it would take Danks to come back when he finally does feel right and Cooper said it would be another 3-4 weeks after that. So, if Danks does return to the rotation it most likely won't be until September.
Coop also noted that Danks has made "minimal progress" in his time on the DL.
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Old 07-12-2012, 12:04 PM
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They just have to assume Danks isn't coming back this season when making roster decisions for the playoff run. They're probably already in that mindset.
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They just have to assume Danks isn't coming back this season when making roster decisions for the playoff run. They're probably already in that mindset.
Has his injury been officially diagnosed? Would he undergo surgery?
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Has his injury been officially diagnosed? Would he undergo surgery?
Official diagnosis was a Grade 1 tear of his subscapularis muscle in his left shoulder. Grade 1 tears generally don't require surgery as the damage has been limited to individual fibers and not the general tissue itself.

Trying to keep the glass half full, hopefully John is able to return by late August or September healthy and effective. It would really be great to add a pitcher of his caliber, completely healthy and rested that deep into the season. Really could be a move that would put this team over the top.
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Doesn't sound good for Danks. I'll keep my fingers crossed that he can help us in September. It might not be realistic to hope for much more than that.

Hopefully, Humber is able to come back and pitch decent. I don't expect huge things from Phil because he's nothing more than a back-end starter at the end of the day. But, he does have more talent than Axelrod and I'd like to see him pitch up to his capabilities. He wasn't doing that for much of May or June.

I'm sure KW is on the prowl for pitching help, but it's a seller's market with so many teams still believing they have a shot at it.
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Old 07-12-2012, 01:07 PM
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The Danks news is not good but if Humber is healthy things are not that bad. The Sox would have 3 starters to fill 2 slots, many teams would love that situation. Crain coming back healthy is very important.
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Old 07-12-2012, 02:55 PM
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The Sox Sent Heath back following Sunday's game. That means there is one roster spot to be filled before Friday's game? Has anyone heard whether Crain and/or Bruney are ready?
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Old 07-12-2012, 03:27 PM
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The Sox Sent Heath back following Sunday's game. That means there is one roster spot to be filled before Friday's game? Has anyone heard whether Crain and/or Bruney are ready?
It would have to be a short stay, as Humber is scheduled to start Tuesday in Boston.
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