Manager Rick Renteria said Jay (groin) could begin playing for the White Sox this week, Brian Sandalow of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Jay has been working a minor-league rehab assignment, getting 43 at-bats over 11 games at Double-A Birmingham and Triple-A Charlotte. He's currently on the 60-day injured list, so a roster move is necessary to add him to the 40-man roster.
Jay (groin) will continue his rehab assignment at Triple-A Charlotte, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Jay started his rehab stint the beginning of the week at Double-A Birmingham and went 2-for-10 over three games with the Barons. The veteran outfielder has yet to see MLB action this season due to a right groin strain, but he appears to be progressing toward his 2019 debut.
Jay (hip) went 1-for-4 with a single for Double-A Birmingham on Wednesday. Jay began a rehab assignment with the Barons on Monday and is 2-for-10 over three games. He's played the field in all three games -- either right field or center -- with Wednesday's contest being the first in which he's played the entire game. Jay's assignment can last up to 20 days, and the White Sox have given no indication of a target number of at-bats they want to see him get. With the White Sox hanging around the wild card race (three games out), Jay could be a useful piece in an outfield that needs a good glove.
Jay (groin) will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Birmingham on Monday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Jay hasn't played all season due to soreness in his right hip and groin area. Given the length of his absence, his rehab assignment may not be a short one. He'll likely fill a bench role once healthy.
Jay (groin) has been playing in extended spring games, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Jay has battled leg issues since spring training, with the injury described as a hip issue, a groin issue and a "leg-area strain." He'll play in some back-to-back games in extended spring soon before beginning a rehab assignment.