Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn provided a handful of injury updates Tuesday afternoon. Hahn said Lance Lynn will make another rehab start in Triple-A Charlotte with the Knights. If Lynn is able to go five innings without any discomfort, his next stop could be Chicago with the big-league club.
The Sox GM also spoke on shortstop Tim Anderson, who has been on the shelf for just over a week due to a groin injury. Hahn said Anderson could begin a rehab assignment when the White Sox start their next road trip. The next time the Sox hit the road will be June 13 when they visit the Tigers in Detroit.
Slugger Eloy Jimenez is still getting his reps in Charlotte as he works toward returning from his hamstring injury. As of this time, there is still no timetable for his return to Chicago. Hahn added that pitchers Vince Velasquez and Joe Kelly are both expected back this month too.
The Chicago White Sox currently own a 23-25 record. Injuries have been a thorn in the team’s side since Spring Training. Hahn and co. surely hope the squad can finally get healthy as they look to push further up the standings.
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