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Gavin Floyd Injury: Forearm Tendinitis Could Lead To DL Stint For White Sox RHP

Gavin Floyd was scratched from his scheduled start on Monday night against the Red Sox because of tendinitis in his right forearm. An MRI on Sunday revealed no structural damage, and the White Sox are hopeful that this particular setback will not require a trip to the disabled list, but the possibility has not been ruled out.

"(We'll) kind of see of how he is when we get him to Boston," Ventura said on Sunday. "As far as looking at the MRI, he said everything was structurally good. It's more soreness. It shouldn't be a DL, but you never know, once he gets back see how much soreness he has."

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Floyd is 7-8 with a 4.54 ERA in 2012.

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