Tilson (foot) has been diagnosed with a stress fracture of the navicular bone in his right ankle, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Tilson's recovery process has been anything but smooth, and Friday marks his latest setback. The 24-year-old, who has been sidelined all season with a stress reaction in his right foot, is now expected to return to a walking boot for the next four weeks while he deals with a similar injury in the same leg. He'll be sidelined until August, at which point he'll be reevaluated, but it's starting to look like it may be a lost season for him.
Tilson (foot) could embark on a rehab assignment in late June or early July, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. Tilson's comeback from a stress reaction in his foot has been long and arduous, but it seems like there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel. He's been participating in intrasquad games at extended spring training, so his rehab stint could be fairly short once he gets to that point.
Tilson (foot) was moved to the 60-day disabled list Friday to make room for Mike Pelfrey on the 40-man roster, J.J. Stankevitz of CSN Chicago reports. Tilson was on pace for a late May return, but thanks to this move, he won't be back in the majors for the White Sox until early June. They don't have any better solutions in center field right now, though, so Tilson should still get his chance to win the starting job whenever he's eligible to return. He had a walking boot taken off earlier this week, and his rehab is progressing as expected.
Tilson will ramp up load-bearing activities after having the walking boot removed from his right foot, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. Tilson is recovering from a stress reaction in his right foot he first sustained in February. He was the likely starting center fielder prior to his injury and that status hasn't changed given the poor production the White Sox are getting out of replacements Jacob May and Leury Garcia.
Tilson (foot) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Sunday, CSN Chicago's Dan Hayes reports. The White Sox aren't expecting to have Tilson back until at least late May after he suffered a stress reaction in his right foot early in the spring that continues to confine him to a walking boot. Tilson is expected to shed the boot in mid-April but will then need up to a month to increase his baseball activities before the White Sox feel comfortable activating him. While Tilson is out, Jacob May is on track to serve as the team's primary option in center field.