The White Sox added Zavala to their player pool Tuesday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. The White Sox already have three catchers working out in summer camp, so Zavala represents a depth option. He will work with the pitchers at the team's satellite training site, Schaumburg Boomers Stadium.
Zavala was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte following Monday's game against the Tigers. Zavala went 0-for-3 in two games since being promoted to the big leagues Friday. Welington Castillo is expected to return from the bereavement list Tuesday in a corresponding move.
Zavala was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday. Zavala made his major-league debut in late May and went 1-for-9 during his three-game stint in the big leagues. The 25-year-old will serve as the reserve backstop to James McCann with Welington Castillo headed to the bereavement list.
Zavala was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte following Friday's game against the Indians, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Zavala made his major-league debut Sunday, and despite taking the collar (0-for-4), he was finally able to nab his first hit Friday night. This move opens up a roster spot for Welington Castillo, who's eligible to come off the 7-day injured list Saturday.
Zavala started and went 0-for-5 in Sunday's 7-0 loss to the Twins. Zavala made his major-league debut Sunday after he was promoted from Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday. He's filling in while Welington Castillo (head) is on the injured list.