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Crain dealing with shoulder soreness

Crain dealing with shoulder soreness

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Crain dealing with shoulder soreness
NEW YORK -- Right-handed reliever Jesse Crain exited in street clothes on a cart just as White Sox batting practice started Thursday because he felt tightness in his right shoulder. Crain went to see a doctor he knows in the area and was sent back with a clean bill of health.

Although Crain was unavailable for Thursday's exciting 4-3 victory over the Yankees, manager Robin Ventura said Crain should be ready on Friday night. Crain previously spent from April 21 to May 14 on the disabled list with a strained left oblique, and he missed time during Spring Training with a strained right oblique.

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