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'No bad news' after Danks sees Yocum

'No bad news' after Danks sees Yocum

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'No bad news' after Danks sees Yocum
LOS ANGELES -- White Sox starting pitcher John Danks saw Los Angeles orthopedic specialist Lewis Yocum on Saturday for his sore left shoulder, manager Robin Ventura said.

Danks has been on the disabled list retroactive to May 20 for a left shoulder strain. He felt soreness in his shoulder after playing catch Thursday and played catch Friday instead of throwing a bullpen session. Danks last pitched Tuesday in a rehab outing with Triple-A Charlotte. He allowed three runs (one earned) and threw 61 pitches in four innings.

"There's no bad news," Ventura said. "They're still trying to figure out what it is."

Danks said Friday he spoke to team doctor Gregory Nicholson, and he was planning to visit Nicholson on Monday in Chicago.

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