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Reynaldo Lopez (shoulder) threw a bullpen session on Saturday.
Lopez landed on the injured list after his first start of the season. The 26-year-old could make his way back into the rotation within a few weeks if his recovery goes well.
Reynaldo Lopez (shoulder) is scheduled to resume throwing on Wednesday.
Lopez was placed on the IL last week due to a right shoulder strain. He'll have a chance to make it back this season, however.
Reynaldo Lopez was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday with right shoulder soreness.
Lopez left his start Sunday before completing the first inning. His return timeline is not yet clear, but he'll miss at least one turn through the rotation.
The White Sox announced that Reynaldo Lopez exited Sunday's start against the Twins with right shoulder tightness.
He'll be reevaluated by doctors on Monday. Lopez's velocity was down a bit while he was on the mound, which obviously isn't a good sign. The former top prospect gave up four runs in 2/3 of an inning before exiting.
Reynaldo Lopez left Sunday's game against the Twins in the first inning with an apparent injury. He labored through 38 pitches, giving up a grand slam. His velocity was also noticeably down.
Lopez has a history of frustrating fantasy players, but going up against the Twins' offense is a tough task for anyone. Keep an eye out for updates after Sunday's game to get further clarification on the injury.