Soto (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list after it was announced that he will undergo arthroscopic elbow debridement surgery Tuesday. Although the issue was initially tabbed as a bout of elbow inflammation, it seems that the ailment is much worse than that. The White Sox anticipate Soto to be out for at least 12 weeks, which would put his return date sometime in August at the earliest. Expect Omar Narvaez and Kevan Smith to shoulder the load behind the plate until Soto returns.
Soto hasn't ruled out surgery to address the inflammation in his right elbow, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. Soto was placed on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday after experiencing a recurrence of loose bodies in the elbow, the same issue that resulted in a trip to the DL in mid-April. The White Sox are still assessing treatment methods for Soto, but if surgery is ultimately deemed the best solution, the veteran backstop could be in store for an extended absence. While Soto is out, Omar Narvaez figures to serve as the team's regular catcher.
Soto was placed on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday with right elbow inflammation, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. The veteran backstop was scratched from Tuesday's lineup due to soreness, a troubling sign considering he was on the DL last month with the same injury. Soto missed nine games in his previous DL stint and has appeared in just 13 games this season, where he's racked up a .190 average. Omar Narvaez will, once again, be in line for the lion's share of starts behind the plate.
Soto was scratched from Tuesday's lineup due to right elbow soreness, CSN's Dan Hayes reports. This news of right elbow soreness is a bit concerning, as Soto was placed on the disabled list earlier this year with right elbow inflammation. It's unclear if today's scratch is simply precautionary or if the veteran backstop will be forced to miss additional time going forward. He'll be listed as day-to-day until more details become available.
Soto was scratched from the lineup Tuesday against the Twins. It's currently unknown why Soto was scratched. Omar Narvaez will now get the nod behind the dish in his place, batting eighth.