Found August 30, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Dylan Axelrod had a dominant outing against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday in the Chicago White Sox's 8-1 win, and then he found himself packing his bags for Class AA Birmingham. He might want to bring only a toothbrush, because manager Robin Ventura said that the pitcher would be back on the big-league roster by next week when rosters expand. Axelrod (2-2, 4.93 ERA) went 7 1/3 innings Wednesday, allowing just one run on three hits, walking four and fanning five. The reason the Sox had to make the move was backup catcher Tyler Flowers will be gone Thursday with his wife about to have a baby, so the Sox will need an extra player for the bench. Ventura did say that while Axelrod is still penciled in the rotation with Gavin Floyd on the shelf due to an elbow flexor injury, and even bigger news from the manager and pitching coach Don Cooper was that Chris Sale was staying on a regular schedule for his next start. Sale lasted just four innings in the Tuesday loss to the O...
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