The Chicago White Sox were handed some good news on Monday after an MRI scan gave a positive outlook on Jose Abreu's ankle injury.
The 27-year-old rookie has had an impressive season but was forced to limp off the field during Saturdays game against the Houston Astros.
Abreu was placed on the DL on Sunday but Monday's MRI scan has prescribed rest for the man who leads the major leagues with 15 homers this season.
There is unfortunately no timetable for his return but fans of the injury stricken team will be hoping he isn't sidelined for too long.
Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko are expected to fill the void left in the team by Abreu with Dunn expected to play first base and Konerko as the designated hitter.
The White Sox have had to improvise a lot already this season as they have been hit hard with injuries with players like Gordon Beckham and Left-hander Chris Sale missing for long periods of time.
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