The Chicago White Sox fell to the Minnesota Twins 5-3 Sunday afternoon. This loss was their third in a row and gives them sole possession of last place in the AL Central.
Despite losing his first three starts, Gavin Floyd seemed to finally find his groove against the Twins. He only gave up three hits over six innings with the only earned run coming off a bases loaded walk. Sadly...
Although the John Danks injury tale is far from over, we at least got our temporary answer that finally put the speculation to rest. But just as that resolved itself, two more prominent White Sox' members have little question marks surrounding them: Alex Rios and Jesse Crain.
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The newest of the White Sox nagging injuries is that of their star...
White Sox reliever Jesse Crain made his first Cactus League appearance since February 25 on Monday. The right hander recently pitched a pair of minor league games prior to Monday’s outing.
The White Sox will wait until this weekend to make a decision on whether Crain will start the year on the active roster or the disabled list.
In Monday’s outing Crain worked two-thirds of an...
Chicago White Sox reliever Jesse Crain will no longer be pitching for Canada in the World Baseball Classic. The Toronto native was scheduled to join the team in preparation for its upcoming games, but he was diagnosed with an adductor strain in his leg. The injury will keep him from pitching in the WBC at all.
Crain confirmed the injury on his own Twitter account.
Team Canada will be without reliever Jesse Crain in the World Baseball Classic. Crain is the latest major leaguer to drop out of the event. Crain, a native of Torono
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The Chicago White Sox placed right-hander reliever Jesse Crain on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a right shoulder strain, retroactive to June 24.
The White Sox recalled right-hander Deunte Heath from Triple-A Charlotte to replace Crain, who is 2-1 with a 2.38 ERA in 24 games this season. Crain was also on the disabled list April 27 to May 14 with a strained oblique.
Via AP on Fox
July 04, 2012
Chicago White Sox righty Jesse Crain looks closer to going back on the 15-day disabled list than returning to the
bullpen, with his condition not changing prior to Friday's win over the Yankees. Crain felt a little
shoulder soreness after his most recent outing, last Saturday against the Brewers, and then "felt
something" on Monday. He threw off the mound on Tuesday...
Reliever Jesse Crain has been activated from the 15-day disabled list by the Chicago White Sox, who designated left-hander Eric Stults for assignment.
Crain was placed on the disabled list April 27 with a strained left oblique, a move retroactive to April 21. He has struck out 10 in seven innings of relief this year, allowing two runs in 10 appearances.
The 32-year-old Stults made...
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May 15, 2012
The bad news for the Chicago White Sox at night came in the wake of a 10-3 loss to Boston,
their fourth consecutive loss, and the second straight game the Red Sox handled them
easily. The bad news in the afternoon came in the form of putting a key member of the
bullpen on the 15-day disabled list. One day after right-hander Jesse Crain threw 20 pitches in the bullpen and...
The Chicago White Sox have placed reliever Jesse Crain on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained left oblique and recalled right-hander Dylan Axelrod from Triple-A Charlotte.
The White Sox announced the moves before Friday's game against the Boston Red Sox.
Crain hasn't pitched since April 20, and he wound up on the DL even though manager Robin Ventura had said...
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April 27, 2012