White Sox manager Rick Renteria said Sunday that he doesn't expect Gonzalez (shoulder) to require an extended stay on the disabled list, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. "It's more a precautionary tale for us," Renteria said. "We anticipate it's going to be a short-lived situation."

Before he was moved to the DL earlier Sunday, Gonzalez received a cortisone shot to address the AC joint inflammation in his right shoulder and was able to play light catch without any pain. His activity will likely be limited over the next couple of days as he waits for the shot to have its desired effect, but if all goes according to plan, Gonzalez could toss a bullpen session by the end of the week. The White Sox activated James Shields (lat) from the DL in a corresponding move ahead of his start Sunday.

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