Gonzalez was removed from Sunday's game against the Cubs with an apparent injury, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Gonzalez appeared to be in pain after throwing a curveball in the top of the seventh inning during the regular-season finale, and he was removed immediately after. The exact nature and severity of the injury aren't yet known.
Gonzalez (1-2) recorded an out prior to allowing a solo home run in the White Sox' 3-2 loss to the Indians on Wednesday night.
Operating out of the bullpen after returning from a groin injury, Gonzalez had yet to allow a run through 5.1 innings of work. That changed on Wednesday, with Jordan Luplow mashing one into the left-field bleachers. Gonzales ups his ERA to 4.50, but he's a candidate to see a lot of work in the final days of the season as the White Sox look to rest their key arms.
Gonzalez allowed one unearned run on one hit and three walks while striking out two over two innings in Wednesday's 8-1 win over the Pirates.
Gonzalez made his first appearance since being activated from the injured list. He's expected to serve as a multi-inning reliever, although he could spot start. The White Sox are skipping Dallas Keuchel (back) this turn through the rotation, so they will need a fill-in starter this weekend against Detroit.
Gonzalez (groin) was activated from the injured list Tuesday.
Gonzalez had been out since late August with a strained groin. He's made four starts and a pair of relief appearances so far this season, posting an unremarkable 5.11 ERA along with a 1.86 WHIP. It's not yet clear what his role will be upon his return. Zack Burdi was optioned in a corresponding move.
Gonzalez (groin) is expected to throw this weekend at Chicago's alternate site, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez has been on the injured list retroactive to Aug. 27. If he makes it back up to the majors before the end of the season, Gonzalez is expected to pitch as a reliever capable of throwing multiple innings.
The White Sox placed Gonzalez on the 10-day injured list Sunday with a right groin strain, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Chicago recalled Dane Dunning from its alternate site in a corresponding move, and he'll replace Gonzalez as the White Sox's fifth starter in Sunday's game against the Royals. Provided his groin strain isn't too severe, Gonzalez should return from the IL at some point in September, but it's unclear if he'll have a spot in the rotation waiting for him once activated. Gonzalez has made six appearances (four starts) in 2020, logging a 5.11 ERA, 1.86 WHIP and 26:13 K:BB in 24.2 innings.
Gonzalez (1-1) recorded his first win in Saturday's 7-4 victory over the Cubs. He allowed one hit and three walks while striking out two over 3.2 scoreless innings.
Gonzalez was replaced in the starting rotation by Reynaldo Lopez, who was activated off the injured list to start Saturday's game. Lopez wasn't ready to go deep -- he stuck around for only 50 pitches and 3.1 innings -- so Gonzalez was needed for bulk innings in relief. Depending on how Lopez responds to his start since late July, Gonzalez may remain in a bulk-inning role for the rest of the season.
Gonzalez allowed two earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out 10 across 4.2 innings Monday against the Tigers. He did not factor into the decision.
Gonzalez quickly racked up 99 pitches in the outing by regularly working into deep counts with hitters. The end result was an impressive strikeout count backed by 19 swinging strikes, but yet another short outing due to inefficiency. Gonzalez has now failed to complete five innings of work in all four of his starts this season. He also maintains a 6.00 ERA across 21 frames to go along with a 24:10 K:BB. Gonzalez is in line to draw his next start Saturday at the Cubs.
Gonzalez allowed two earned runs on six hits and one walk while striking out two across 4.2 innings Tuesday against the Tigers. He did not factor into the decision.
Gonzalez was given a four-run cushion prior to throwing a pitch, and was able to maintain it for four innings. However, he ran into trouble in the fifth frame, allowing a two-run home run and another single prior to being yanked from the contest. Gonzalez now owns a 6.61 ERA through four total outings, and has failed to reach five innings in any of them. If the White Sox can go forward with their weekend series against the Cardinals, Gonzalez is currently projected for his next start Sunday.
Gonzalez (0-1) picked up the loss Thursday when he allowed five runs (four earned) on eight hits and three walks while striking out three over 4.1 innings against Milwaukee.
Gonzalez worked around baserunners early and held a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning when left fielder Eloy Jimenez misplayed a catchable fly ball down the line. That turned into a Christian Yelich inside-the-park home run. After that, the inning unraveled. Gonzalez gave up a walk, a traditional over-the-fence home run and two singles. This was Gonzalez's second start as a replacement for Reynaldo Lopez (shoulder), and he'll make a third start next Tuesday in Detroit.
Gonzalez allowed five hits and three walks over 3.2 scoreless innings Saturday against the Royals. He had six strikeouts and didn't qualify for the decision.
The veteran southpaw wasn't especially sharp as he needed 77 pitches to record 11 outs, but he generated 10 swinging strikes and was able to keep Kansas City off the board. Gonzalez should continue to fill the rotation spot of Reynaldo Lopez (shoulder) and lines up to pitch against the Brewers on Thursday.
Gonzalez will fill Reynaldo Lopez's (shoulder) spot in the rotation going forward, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
It's not yet clear how many turns Gonzalez will make in the rotation, as the team has yet to provide a timeline after an MRI revealed shoulder inflammation for Lopez on Monday. Lopez's spot is due to come up Saturday in Kansas City, though the White Sox have an off day Thursday and could presumably move things around.
Gonzalez entered Sunday's game after starter Reynaldo Lopez was removed due to a shoulder injury. Gonzalez allowed six runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out three over 3.2 innings.
Gonzalez had been ticketed for the starting rotation back in spring training, but the delayed start to the season bought enough time for Carlos Rodon to rehab from Tommy John elbow surgery. That meant Gonzalez was to be a bulk-inning reliever; however, Lopez's injury opens a spot that could be filled by Gonzalez.
Gonzalez will pitch out of the bullpen to start the season, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Carlos Rodon (elbow) will occupy the team's final spot in the rotation while Gonzalez will provide "length and insurance" out of the bullpen. The southpaw is coming off a 2019 season during which he compiled a 3.50 ERA and 1.29 WHIP across 87.1 innings.
Gonzalez hurled three innings in an intrasquad game Sunday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez, who didn't throw an inning during spring training, has thrown five combined innings in a simulated and intrasquad game. "I promise you it would have been difficult to do that in spring training earlier this year," Gonzalez said. "Now we're up to date and we're kind of doing what we can. These three innings were huge for me. I think it was a step in the right direction." Gonzalez had a serviceable season for the Brewers in 2019, logging a 3.50 ERA and 1.29 WHIP over 87.1 innings and 17 starts. He'll open the season as Chicago's No. 5 starter but is susceptible to be replaced by the returning Carlos Rodon (elbow).
Gonzalez threw the equivalent of two innings Tuesday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez threw for the first time in a White Sox uniform. He was shut down during spring training with shoulder discomfort, then was about to pitch when the pandemic halted play. The left-hander underwent continued physical therapy during the shutdown and reports feeling 100 percent. Gonzalez was penciled in as the team's fifth starter back in March, but the White Sox could make adjustments with the pending returns of Carlos Rodon (elbow) and Michael Kopech (elbow).
Gonzalez is behind the rest of the White Sox's pitchers in his readiness for the upcoming season, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Gonzalez battled shoulder discomfort over the offseason and into spring training, though he's considered fully healthy. He's expected to throw two innings of live batting practice Tuesday, but with Opening Day less than three weeks away, it's possible his workload will be limited for his first start or two this season.
Gonzalez, who dealt with shoulder discomfort during spring training, is fully healthy and ready to pitch when baseball resumes, Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald reports.
When training camp halted, Gonzalez was a projected member of the starting rotation, on the verge of making his spring debut, and expected to be ready for Opening Day, originally scheduled for March 26. The left-hander should be ready to take the mound when/if baseball kicks off an abbreviated season; however, the pause has allowed a couple of injured pitchers returning from Tommy John elbow surgery -- Carlos Rodon and Michael Kopech -- to advance further in their timelines without missing any game action. The White Sox may reassess the rotation with Rodon and/or Kopech ready to pitch.
Gonzalez was scheduled to pitch Wednesday before the game was rained out, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Gonzalez has been slowed by a shoulder injury this spring, but the White Sox never believed the injury would prevent the left-hander from taking his first turn through the rotation. Following the cancellation of Wednesday's game, Gonzalez got his work in under cover. He'll get at least two more starting opportunities in Cactus League play before camp breaks. He also has time beyond that for a back-field game with the minor leaguers if the White Sox need to build his pitch count leading up to an expected regular-season debut April 1 in Cleveland.
Gonzalez (shoulder) is scheduled for a bullpen session Sunday and then will be slotted in to pitch Wednesday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
The report isn't specific as to where Gonzalez will pitch Wednesday, but the implication is that it could be in a Cactus League game or in a "B" game on a back field. White Sox manager Rick Renteria said he's confident Gonzalez, who got up and down a couple of times during a 30-pitch simulated game Friday, will be ready to roll for the regular season. "Yeah, unless somebody knows something different than myself," Renteria said. "He'll be able to do it. We have the activities set up for him to be able to get himself ready and geared up to go." As the team's projected No. 5 starter, Gonzalez would not be needed until April 1 in Cleveland.
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