White Sox getting RHP Lynn again from 10-day IL


The Chicago White Sox have activated right-hander Lance Lynn from the 10-day injured record to start out Saturday’s sport in opposition to the Cleveland Indians.

Lynn missed almost two weeks after being positioned on the IL with a strained proper trapezius April 18. The 33-year-old is 1-1 with an 0.92 ERA this season, his first with the White Sox after being traded by the Texas Rangers in December.

His streak of 18⅔ innings with out permitting an earned run to start out the season was the longest by a White Sox starter since 1976, when Wilbur Wooden had a 21-inning streak to start out the season, in line with the Elias Sports activities Bureau.

In a corresponding transfer, the White Sox optioned outfielder Luis Gonzalez to their coaching facility in Schaumburg, Illinois. Gonzalez made his season debut Thursday in the course of the White Sox’s doubleheader in opposition to the Detroit Tigers.