The White Sox announced on Friday they have reinstated reliever Jake Petricka from the 10-day disabled list.
Petricka had been on a rehab assignment at Triple-A Charlotte after missing nearly two months with a strained right lat. He suffered the injury on April 4 against the Detroit Tigers.
In three relief appearances with Charlotte, Petricka allowed two earned runs in four innings.
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Petricka has a career record of 6-10 with a 3.29 ERA in 155 appearances with the White Sox.
The 29-year-old Petricka takes the roster spot of right-handed pitcher Brad Goldberg, who was optioned to Charlotte on Thursday night.
The White Sox continue their road trip against the Cleveland Indians on Friday evening.
The scrum for a foul ball is one of baseball's great traditions. Usually, it ends with one hyped fan hoisting the souvenir high above his or her head while surrounding fans look on with intense jealousy.
Not Monday night, though. Something far weirder happened after a ball found its way into the Guaranteed Rate Field seats.
One Sox fan seemed to have scooped a keepsake until a sly woman committed straight thievery, prying it right from his hands.
The dude's baffled face is high-level entertainment as he struggles to comprehend how he just got straight up hoodwinked.
Watch the video above to see the robbery and Jason Benetti debate Steve Stone on what really happened.
The White Sox are fairly encouraged about Reynaldo Lopez’s progress and hopeful he returns soon to the mound.
Manager Rick Renteria said before Monday’s doubleheader that Lopez, who is on the 10-day disabled list with a strained back, said he has increasingly felt better. Lopez went on the DL on Saturday, two days after he made his second start since being promoted to the majors. The right-hander played catch in the outfield on Monday. Renteria also noted that Yoan Moncada would play in the first game of Monday’s doubleheader but he would sit out the second contest to rest his shin splints.
“He’s doing very, very well,” Renteria said of Lopez. “I ask him every day. (Sunday) night before we got off (the plane) he said he’s feeling much, much better. Now it’s a matter of where he’s at, and what we start doing with him activity wise before we he gets back in the rotation.
“This is a temporary thing.”
Similar to Moncada in July, Lopez is the first heralded prospect on the pitching side to appear in the majors. He had a strong debut against the Kansas City Royals on Aug. 11, allowing two earned runs and striking out six in six innings. Lopez struggled in his second start, allowing six earned runs in 4 1/3 innings against Texas before he exited. He struck out six and walked four batters before complaining of soreness on his side.
“There’s nothing that’s going to hold this young man back,” Renteria said. “The disappointment is more that he can’t get back out there every five days right, not in terms of his performance. He’s done pretty well. It’s just that he can’t be out there right now. Once he’s healed up he’s going to be fine and be out there every five days.”