Injured Danks looks for ‘silver linings’
CHICAGO – White Sox pitcher John Danks is trying to stay positive as he deals with a shoulder injury that has relegated him to the bench.
Monday’s MRI results provided some solace for Danks after two tests revealed a mild Grade 1 strain of the subscapularis muscle in his left shoulder. The tests showed Danks’ labrum was intact and there was no ligament or tendon damage.
On Friday Danks will begin a rehab and strengthening program, and the Sox will continue to monitor his status in the coming weeks. Ideally Danks will begin another rehab assignment in three to four weeks.
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