The first baseman went directly to treatment after the workout and will talk to the media later in the week. But Abreu gave a statement through Lino Diaz, the White Sox manager of cultural development and interpreter.
"He got all the work he needed to do and felt no pain at all," Diaz said. "He's feeling really good."
June 2 stands as the day when Abreu is eligible to be activated from the disabled list, with the White Sox beginning a six-game road trip in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium. But the White Sox have not set a return date for Abreu, and that probably won't change.
"It's progressing, it's getting better," said White Sox manager Robin Ventura. "I know he's not happy sitting on the bench. It's getting better though. The timeline right now is still the same."
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