Davidson (foot) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Sunday, Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald reports. The transaction will enable the White Sox to add Justin Turner to the 40-man roster and have him make a spot start Sunday against the Angels. Davidson, who underwent surgery earlier this month to repair a fractured foot, isn't certain to return to the White Sox this season.
Davidson underwent surgery Friday to repair a fracture in his right foot. The 25-year-old returned to the major leagues Thursday following a nearly three-year absence, but in a stroke of horrible luck, he broke his foot in his first game with the White Sox. A screw was inserted into Davidson's foot to stabilize the fracture. His timetable is unclear, but Davidson will undergo X-rays in two weeks and the team will map out a recovery plan at that time.
Davidson (foot) was placed on the 15-day DL on Friday after breaking his foot during Thursday's game against the Twins. Davidson was called up to the team Thursday prior to the game, but then suffered a fractured right foot while running the bases in the fourth inning of the contest. He will likely miss a couple of weeks, but should be able to come back to the team in August depending on his recovery and rehab. In a corresponding move, the team recalled Carlos Sanchez from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.
Davidson (foot) fractured his right foot during Thursday's win against the Twins, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. Davidson was called up to the White Sox prior to the game against Minnesota, and went 1-for-2 with one RBI before coming out of the game in the sixth inning. Before Thursday's game, Davidson had not played in a major league contest since 2013 with the Diamondbacks. Davidson will miss significant time with this injury, and will not be back until late August at the earliest. He will be reevaluated by team doctors Friday.
Davidson suffered a fractured right foot Thursday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. This is a tough turn of events for Davidson as he had just been recalled Thursday for the first time in 2016. According to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times, Davidson suffered the injury while rounding first during Thursday's contest. He figures to miss at least a couple of weeks, so he'll likely require a stint on the disabled list. An official roster move figures to be made late Thursday or early Friday.