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White Sox notes: Beckham , Sanchez to begin rehab assignment
Gordon Beckham and Angel Sanchez are ready to begin their rehab assignments after both being put on the DL in April. Paul Konerko has returned to the White Sox lineup and is hitting fifth against the Twins.
White Sox mailbag: Beckham's impending return and more
Who will go to the bench when Gordon Beckham returns? Is a firesale imminent? Those questions and more are answered in the first edition of White Sox Insider Dan Hayes' mailbag.
White Sox notes: Konerko's rest nothing but normal
Paul Konerko got Monday's game off, although manager Robin Ventura characterized it as merely "normal" rest. Also, Gordon Beckham felt better and expects to take batting practice soon.
White Sox notes: Peavy cleared for Wednesday
Jake Peavy confirmed that he will start Wednesday night's series finale against the Mets, Gordon Beckham remains confident in his return from injury and Dayan Viciedo is rehabbing in Charlotte.
White Sox Notes: Beckham to DL, Heath promoted
The White Sox placed Gordon Beckham on the 15-day DL on Friday after he suffered from a fractured Hamate bone. The team has also called up reliever Deunte Heath.
Beckham (broken hamate) out at least six weeks
White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham is headed to the disabled list with a fractured left hamate bone.
Beckham progresses but return is uncertain
Gordon Beckham has made some progress after injuring his wrist in Tuesday's loss to the Nationals, but won't pick up a bat until the team arrives in Cleveland Friday.
Beckham day-to-day after leaving game early
Gordon Beckham is day-to-day after leaving Tuesday's game with nerve irritation in his left wrist.
Sox offense can't solve Guthrie in loss to Royals
Just as he did last year, Jeremy Guthrie stymied the White Sox over six innings as Kansas City avoided a sweep with a 3-1 win. Gordon Beckham had a career-high 4 hits in the game.
Steve Stone's 5 keys to the White Sox season
If the White Sox can combine a fast start with solid showings from their starting rotation, Tyler Flowers, Gordon Beckham and Jeff Keppinger, Steve Stone thinks they'll be able to contend.