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White Sox transfer Lance Lynn to 60-day IL, activate Lucas Giolito off COVID-related IL

The White Sox announced Wednesday that they’ve reinstated righty Lucas Giolito from the COVID-related injured list and opened a spot on the 40-man by transferring righty Lance Lynn to the 60-day injured list. It’s a procedural move that doesn’t impact Lynn’s timetable; he’s eligible to be activated on June 6, as the “60-day” minimum window is retroactive to his original IL placement — not Wednesday’s transfer.
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White Sox Lose to Royals, Lucas Giolito Battles Bad Control

Sox observations: Giolito battles through bad control originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Just two days after clawing their way back to a winning record, the White Sox once again find themselves below .500. The same bugaboos continue to haunt the team: a lack of clutch hitting, and mistakes in the field. It’s the middle of May, so what once could be explained away by a slow start due to a shortened Spring Training, can now only be described as a troubling trend. Here are the three biggest takeaways as the South Siders fell to 18-19.
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White Sox RHP Lucas Giolito activated, set to start vs. Royals

Chicago White Sox ace right-hander Lucas Giolito will start Wednesday's game against the host Kansas City Royals after being reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list. The White Sox also optioned Davis Martin to Triple-A Charlotte and transferred fellow right-hander Lance Lynn to the 60-day injured list. Giolito, who was placed...
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White Sox's Lucas Giolito: Goes five innings in return

Giolito registered a no-decision during Wednesday's 6-2 loss to Kansas City, allowing two runs on seven hits and two walks with seven strikeouts in five innings. Giolito struggled early, surrendering a combined six baserunners in the first two innings and a solo home run in the third, but the damage only amounted to two runs, and he departed with the score tied. The 27-year-old was making his first start since May 10 due to a brief stint on the COVID-19 injured list and the rust showed with Giolito tossing only 55 of 92 pitches for strikes with 10 of the swinging variety. He's yet to allow more than three runs in a game through six turns and will take a solid 2.84 ERA into a projected start against Boston early next week.
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Lucas Giolito is back for the Chicago White Sox after his 2nd bout with COVID: ‘It was 2 days of pretty bad’

Lucas Giolito felt “a little off” the morning after his May 10 start for the Chicago White Sox. “I immediately talked to (head athletic trainer) James (Kruk) and got tested, and that first rapid test showed positive (for COVID-19),” Giolito said Tuesday. “Then we did the PCR and it came back the next day. That was that.” The Sox placed Giolito on the COVID-19-related injured list Friday. He’s ...
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White Sox's Lucas Giolito: Looks set to return Wednesday

Giolito (illness) rejoined the White Sox in Kansas City on Tuesday and is expected to come off the COVID-19 injured list to start Wednesday's game against the Royals, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. When asked Monday about his rotation plans for this week, manager Tony La Russa...
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Chicago White Sox place Lucas Giolito on COVID-19 injured list

CHICAGO -- White Sox starting pitcher Lucas Giolito was placed on the COVID-19-related injured list a few hours before Chicago's game Friday against the New York Yankees. Chicago manager Tony LaRussa said that Giolito began to experience mild symptoms late Wednesday but might be able to take his next turn in the Chicago rotation if he clears MLB's protocols.
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