Kahnle was recalled to the White Sox on Saturday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Kahnle was called up prior to Saturday's game against the Braves, in response to Carlos Rodon's sprained left wrist which caused the southpaw to land on the disabled list. During his time with Triple-A Charlotte, Kahnle has touted a 3.00 ERA with a 1.07 WHIP during 27 innings this season. He has also seen time with the big league club this year, making five relief appearances, giving up three earned runs during 4.1 innings on the mound.
Kahnle was sent back to Triple-A Charlotte after Friday's game, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. He tossed one inning out of the bullpen Friday, giving up two runs on four hits and walking one. The White Sox will likely promote another reliever to take his place at the bottom of the bullpen prior to Saturday's game.
Kahnle was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday. Due to Melky Cabrera being placed on the Family Emergency Leave List, Kahnle was called up and will be ready to go for Friday's game against Detroit. Kahnle has bounced around a couple of times this season between the White Sox and Charlotte and has held his own with Chicago, allowing two hits and one earned run during 3.1 innings of work. If he can settle in and avoid giving up walks, Kahnle could prove that he should stay with the big league club for good.
Kahnle was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on Monday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Kahnle has allowed just one earned run in four appearances with the White Sox this season, but he was sent down Monday to open up a roster spot for outfielder J.B. Shuck. Kahnle has already had two stints with the big club this season, so he will garner consideration next time the White Sox need to bring up a reliever.
Kahnle will remain with the White Sox following Monday's doubleheader, Don Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. The relief pitcher acted as the 26th man Monday but ultimately he'll remain on the 25-man roster after Erik Johnson was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte following his lackluster start in Game 2. Despite the current reason for optimism, Kahnle will likely be facing a trip back to Charlotte in the near future.