Danish was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte following Monday's game with the Tigers. Danish has a 10.8 ERA and 5.40 WHIP over his 1.2 innings pitched. The pitcher was used as a reliever, and could get called up again if the White Sox need him for organizational depth in the bullpen. There will be a corresponding move before Tuesday's game to add someone to the 25-man roster.
Danish was added to the White Sox 40-man roster Thursday prior to their game against the Nationals, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. Danish was called up to the big leagues after Mat Latos was designated for assignment Thursday afternoon. This will be Danish's first ever trip to the majors, and will likely be used out of the bullpen. He showed the White Sox some good stuff during spring training, only allowing seven baserunners during six innings on the mound.
The White Sox reassigned Danish to minor league camp Monday, the Chicago Tribune reports. Danish made a half-dozen relief appearances in the Cactus League before his reassignment. He only allowed seven baserunners in those six innings while striking out five. He should begin his year-20 season at Double-A Birmingham.
The White Sox made another round of roster cuts on Wednesday, optioning Matt Davidson, Adrian Nieto, Tyler Saladino, Kevan Smith and Trayce Thompson to Triple-A Charlotte. Raul Fernandez and Michael Ynoa were optioned to Double-A Birmingham, per the team's official website. Chicago also reassigned Dan Black, Andy LaRoche, J.D. Martin, Jared Mitchell, Tim Anderson and Tyler Danish to minor-league camp.
White Sox pitcher Tyler Danish could miss a week of action at the most with a triceps injury, and is relieved that it wasn't anything serious, according to Comcast SportsNet Chicago. Danish, a second-round pick in the 2013 draft, exited a spring training game on Monday after being hit in the arm by a line drive. The incident occurred in the third inning, and Dannish was escorted out of the game and sent for an MRI, which showed nothing more than a bruised right triceps.