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Vanessa Morgan & Michael Kopech: Their Romance From Start To Split

Learn more about Vanessa Morgan and Michael Kopech’s whirlwind romance, from their sweet social media posts, romantic wedding, to their shocking divorce announcement. Vanessa Morgan fans know the actress best for playing Toni Topaz on the hit series Riverdale. So, when the star’s romance with Major League Baseball player Michael Kopech went public, fans were definitely interested to see how the couple’s romance would pan out. The actress, 29, and her MLB beau, 25, have definitely had some ups and downs in their romance. Now, we’ve compiled nearly everything you need to know about how the couple’s relationship began, the happiest times of their romance together, and where they stand now.
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White Sox' Michael Kopech in ‘Good Spot,' But Has No Return Date

Kopech 'in a good spot,' but still has no solid return date originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. There's still no update on when Michael Kopech might be pitching again for the Chicago White Sox, but the team views his continued recovery as progress from the hamstring injury he suffered late last month.
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White Sox's Michael Kopech: Return date still unclear

Kopech (hamstring) is improving but isn't yet ready to return, Jesse Rogers of ESPN.com reports. Kopech threw off a mound Tuesday, but manager Tony La Russa said Wednesday that he still doesn't have a date for the right-hander to return to game action. While he appears to be on the right track, it's not yet clear whether the 25-year-old will require a rehab stint prior to rejoining the major-league bullpen.
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White Sox's Michael Kopech: Throws off mound

Kopech tested his injured hamstring by throwing off a mound Tuesday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Kopech hasn't pitched since May 26 due to a strain and awaits the next course of action. Manager Tony La Russa said the coaches will huddle with medical staff to determine the next steps: whether Kopech can get enough work in bullpen sessions and simulated games with the team or if a minor-league rehab stint is necessary.
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Chicago White Sox: At least there is good Michael Kopech news

It has been a tough go for the Chicago White Sox this season in terms of injuries. They are in first place by four games which are nice but they need to hope that the AL Central doesn’t catch up with them because the injuries are piling up. Adam Engel, Lance Lynn, and Tim Anderson all spent time on the IL but they are all back and doing just fine. However, some other big key players are out for a while. The White Sox did, however, give some good news on Michael Kopech.
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White Sox' Michael Kopech in ‘Next Phase' of Hamstring Recovery

Kopech moving into 'next phase' of hamstring recovery originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. There are still no specifics on when the Chicago White Sox expect to get Michael Kopech back from his hamstring injury. But according to general manager Rick Hahn, the right-hander is progressing as he continues to...
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White Sox's Michael Kopech: Return remains unclear

Kopech (hamstring) will resume throwing bullpen sessions and likely throw a sim game in the coming days, Vinnie Duber of NBC Sports Chicago reports. The 25-year-old was still dealing with discomfort earlier in the week, but will enter "the next phase" of his recovery soon according to GM Rick Hahn. It has yet to be decided whether Kopech will need a rehab assignment, or if he will be able to throw enough as he regains his health to be activated as soon as he is fully healthy.
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White Sox's Michael Kopech: Progressing well

Manager Tony La Russa said Sunday that Kopech (hamstring) ran sprints and is progressing well in his recovery, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Kopech was placed on the injured May 31 with a Grade 1 strain in his left hamstring. Per La Russa, everything is going well with the righty's throwing and exercise programs as he eyes a return to the Chicago bullpen. It's not yet clear if he'll be able to be reinstated when eligible June 8, but he doesn't figure to be out much longer past that, assuming all continues to go well with his recovery.
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Sox don't expect Michael Kopech to be sidelined long

The Chicago White Sox aren't expecting to be without injured pitcher Michael Kopech for long. White Sox general manager Rick Hahn told reporters Tuesday in Cleveland that Kopech, who landed on the injured list Monday with a strained hamstring, that the injury is not a long-term one. He added that while Kopech is eligible to come off the IL for next week's series against the Toronto Blue Jays, that might not be when he returns to action.
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Chicago White Sox place Michael Kopech on 10-day IL with hamstring strain

The Chicago White Sox have placed pitcher Michael Kopech on the 10-day injured list because of a strained left hamstring. The White Sox announced the roster move before Monday's doubleheader with the Indians. Chicago lost the early game 3-1 then won the nightcap 8-6. Right-hander Jimmy Lambert was recalled from...
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White Sox's Michael Kopech: Has Grade 1 hamstring strain

Kopech is dealing with a Grade 1 strain to his left hamstring, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. While general manager Rick Hahn doesn't believe the injury will sideline Kopech for an extended time, he's not sure the righty will be ready for activation when eligible June 8. The coveted prospect has excelled as both a reliever and a spot starter in 2021, posting a 1.72 ERA with 45 strikeouts in 31.1 total innings.
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White Sox' Michael Kopech Hits Injured List With Hamstring Strain

Sox send Kopech to injured list with strained hamstring originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Michael Kopech will miss at least the Chicago White Sox next two series as he deals with a strained hamstring. The fireballing right-hander hurt himself last week, when he took an awkward-looking fall on the...