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Greene, Danks take advantage of playing time with starters out
Jordan Danks and Tyler Greene are making the most of their playing time with Dewayne Wise and Jeff Keppinger out. After a strong rehab start, could John Danks be returning soon?
White Sox notes: Dunn has minor adjustments to make
Adam Dunn ended a 31 at-bat hitless streak Sunday and credited it to fixing a few mechanical flaws. Also, John Danks will begin extended spring training in Glendale on Friday.
Danks feels ready for rehab start
John Danks is back in Chicago for the weekend, and hopes to ship out for a rehab stint in the minor leagues soon as the left-hander feels he's accomplished all he can in Arizona.
White Sox want Danks to be patient
Patience is not something that comes naturally to John Danks , but that's exactly what the White Sox want him to be seven months removed from shoulder surgery.
A look at White Sox 25-man roster
Opening Day is just two days away and Insider Dan Hayes takes a look at the White Sox 25-man roster with Dylan Axelrod replacing the injured John Danks in the starting rotation.
Sox notes: Axelrod replaces Danks in rotation
Now that John Danks has been placed on the 15-day DL, Dylan Axelrod has been named the White Sox fifth starter. Details and more included in Dan Hayes' report from Arizona.
Hahn believes Sox are capable of reaching postseason
After placing John Danks on the DL, general manager Rick Hahn discussed short-term issues the White Sox have to face. But he's confident the team will reach the postseason in 2013.
White Sox place Danks on disabled list
The White Sox moved John Danks to the disabled list Tuesday, retroactive to March 22. Left-handed reliever Leyson Septimo was also added to the 15-day DL with a shoulder issue.
Sox Danks has 'a ways to go'
Coming off a shoulder injury sustained last season, John Danks has made the anticipated progress but will most likely begin the regular season on the disabled list.
Axelrod won't look too far ahead
Dylan Axelrod could be the likely candidate to replace John Danks in the White Sox rotation, but he won't get too far ahead of himself just yet.