Webb was released by the White Sox on Thursday. Webb underwent Tommy John surgery in early June, and it seems that the White Sox weren't impressed enough with his recent performance to keep him on the roster during his rehabilitation. The right-hander does have a decent history of missing bats, although his fastball velocity has been decreasing over the past few seasons, which could make it tough to sign anything beyond a minor league deal during the offseason.
Webb (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Saturday. Webb underwent Tommy John surgery June 10, ending his 2016 season after a month of work between Triple-A Charlotte and the White Sox. He was transferred to the 60-day DL on Saturday in order to make room for Alfredo Gonzalez.
Webb had Tommy John surgery Friday, ending his 2016 season. Webb landed on the DL in late April with elbow inflammation but it turned out that he would require ligament replacement surgery. He'll head to the 60-day DL at some point in the near future and will likely be shut down until next summer.
Webb was placed on the 15-day DL on Friday with right elbow flexor inflammation. Webb was recalled for Triple-Charlotte on Wednesday, where he recorded two saves to go with a 3.38 ERA. Tommy Kahnle was brought up from Charlotte to replace Webb in the bullpen. Webb has only pitched in one inning with the White Soxs so far this season, recording three strikeouts while allowing two hits.
Webb was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday. With Miguel Gonzalez heading back to the minor leagues, the White Sox needed another arm in the bullpen, and Webb was the lucky man to get the call. Webb has been decent with the Knights to start the season, garnering two saves to go with a 3.38 ERA, but he'll likely slot into a middle-relief role with Chicago.