May (oblique) went 2-for-4 with an RBI in a game with Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday. May missed over a month due to his oblique injury, but he returned to action Tuesday, and did not wait long to post a multi-hit game. He is seeing Triple-A action this season for the first time in his career and owns a .681 OPS through 38 games.
May was placed on the 7-day disabled list with an oblique strain, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. May left Sunday's game against Durham in the sixth inning when he was replaced by a pinch hitter. It's unclear how the injury occurred or how severe it is, but obliques are rather notorious for taking a good amount of time to fully heal, so he may be on the shelf a bit longer than the minimum seven days.
The White Sox reassigned May to minor league camp Saturday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. No real surprise here, as May had hung around camp as outfield depth. The speedy May should start the year in the high minors.