Jose Abreu still is lumbering around with a walking boot on his left ankle, but could take a a significant step toward his return on Monday.
A day after throwing 86 pitches in his first major league start in over a month, White Sox ace Chris Sale isn't experiencing anything beyond a normal level of post-start soreness.
The White Sox believe Hector Noesi has a better chance to reach his potential in the starting rotation versus the bullpen.
The White Sox will have to watch Jose Abreu’s ankle closely the rest of the season.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jose Quintana can only do so much.