A 2015 season that was already a mess for reliever Javy Guerra has become an even greater mess. He has received a 50-game suspention without pay after a second positive drug test in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, per MLB.com. The 29-year-old Guerra, who had recovered from a shoulder injury and was sent down by the White Sox to Triple-A Charlotte, had been performing horribly there. He had allowed seven runs on eight hits in 3 2/3 innings in posting a 17.18 ERA.
White Sox right-hander Javy Guerra has accepted his assignment to Triple-A Charlotte, per CSNChicago.com. He is expected to join that team Monday night. He had been designated for assignment Sunday. The 29-year-old Guerra pitched in only three games for Chicago this year and did not yield a run.
The White Sox sent RHP Javy Guerra outright to Triple-A Charlotte, per CSN Chicago. Guerra was designated for assignment and removed from the 40-man roster on May 6.
The White Sox activated reliever Javy Guerra from the 15-day disabled list and designated him for assignment on Wednesday, according to MLB.com. Guerra had been rehabbing in Triple-A after recovering from a shoulder injury. He made three appearances for the White Sox before suffering the injury. He did not allow a run over his 1 2/3 innings pitched. Last season, Guerra appeared in 42 games for the Sox, recording a 2.91 ERA with a 7.4 K/9 ratio.
White Sox pitcher Javy Guerra allowed two runs on three hits in one inning of work with Triple-A Charlotte as a part of his rehab assignment, according to the Charlotte Observer. Guerra threw 24 pitches with 14 going for strikes. He is currently on the 15-day DL with a shoulder injury. He has made one appearance this season with one walk in 1 2/3 innings of work.