With right-hander Jake Peavy coming off the disabled list to start on Wednesday night against the Cubs, the White Sox will revert to a six-man rotation until at least the All-Star break, Ozzie Guillen told the Chicago Tribune.
"At the start, yes," Guillen said when asked if the Sox would go with six starters. "We are going to do that because I think that's the best for the club. We talked about it yesterday and we have a couple of different scenarios. Right now, we're are going to stay with it until the All-Star break."
The White Sox will put Peavy behind Edwin Jackson in the rotation, pushing Jackson' next start to Friday because of Chicago's off day on Thursday.
Of course, that was all before Saturday's game and for a moment it appeared the White Sox could lose another pitcher after John Danks was hit in the head by a Stephen Drew liner. The ball bounced off the back of Danks' head and into the stands by third base for a ground rule double. Not only did Danks stay in the game, but he smiled and laughed afterward. You can see the play here.
With the off day on Thursday and June 27, there will be even more rest for the White Sox pitchers.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.