Gillaspie had X-rays on the knee that showed no break. He has some swelling in the joint on a pitch that ricocheted off his knee and bounced high into the air, sounding as bad as it looked.
"It's not pleasant," Ventura said. "Hopefully, by tomorrow he should be fine. By the miracle of [White Sox head athletic trainer] Herm [Schneider], he might be able to pinch-hit tonight. He probably could. I don't know if he'd stay in there, but he might be able to pinch-hit."
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