GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Saturday's scheduled exhibition game between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox has been called off because of rain.
The starting pitchers were to have been Trevor Bauer for Cleveland and John Danks for the White Sox.
John Danks is feeling rather carefree these days.
The left-hander insisted his shoulder problems are a thing of the past and he's intent on regaining his old form on the mound as the Chicago White Sox try to climb back to respectability.
''I don't have any worries about the arm, I really don't,'' he said. ''It was nice to have an offseason to...
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22 days ago
YouTube This is exactly how you do not catch a home run ball. Mariners designated hitter Raul Ibanez hit a bomb off the White Sox John Danks Monday night and this poor soul in the orange shirt had an adventure and a half trying to haul it in. This is what the kids call an epic fail.
The Chicago White Sox have activated left-handed starting pitcher John Danks from the disabled list to make tomorrow's start against the Miami Marlins, according to Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago.
John Danks back in the rotation and Donnie Veal is optioned back to Triple-A Charlotte.
— Dan Hayes (@DanHayesCSN) May 23, 2013
Danks has spent much of the past year recovering...
White Sox left-hander John Danks thinks he is ready for the next step in his recovery from August surgery.
Danks is back in Chicago following a stint at extended spring training and plans to meet with team officials Monday. He thinks he is ready to begin a minor league rehab assignment, but that decision is up to the team.
Danks had surgery Aug. 6 to repair a capsule tear and remove...
White Sox pitcher John Danks has had left shoulder surgery, and Chicago says he should be ready for the start of spring training.
Danks' arm is expected to be in a sling for a month after doctors at Chicago's Rush University Medical Center repaired a capsule tear Monday and removed debris in the rotator cuff and biceps. The White Sox say the surgery revealed a normal labrum...
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August 06, 2012
Remember last week when the Chicago White Sox organization said that John Danks would be in rehab soon and possibly returning? Well it isn’t looking like that is going to happen anytime soon.
The injured Sox pitcher threw 61 pitches in a rehab start down in Charlotte and things were looking up. However, a couple days later, Danks experienced major shoulder pain and team doctors...
John Danks was sharp in his final outing before starting on opening day, pitching six innings for the Chicago White Sox on Saturday in a 3-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
Danks allowed one run and three hits, walking none and striking out two. He will pitch Friday at Texas.
Rockies starter Drew Pomeranz threw six scoreless innings. He gave up four hits, struck out two and walked...
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March 31, 2012
Those reading this may be wondering why there hasn’t been more Spring Training coverage before now. To be perfectly honest, I was waiting for the White Sox to win more than one game so I’d at least have some positives to write about.
The Sox stand at a 2-6 record after Sunday’s 2-5 loss to the Colorado Rockies. Just looking at the numbers, it is the Sox pitching that appears...
It seems pretty clearly that Yu Darvish is not going to be a Yankee. So as it stands now, the 2012 Yankees pretty much look exactly the same as the 97 win 2011 team that got bounced out of ALDS. Names have floated but nothing has gotten serious. Felix Hernandez and Gio Gonzalez would be the best choices for the Yanks but the asking price is way too high, pretty much cleaning out...