Left fielder Carlos Quentin is still experiencing soreness in his left foot and could need up to a week on his minor league rehabilitation assignment, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said. “He still has soreness but he’s not hurt,” Guillen emphasized.
FS says that “Various outlets are reporting that Quentin will continue to rehab through the weekend and join the Sox sometime next week.”
UPDATE: Ozzie says:
“He’s not running that well right now. He’s playing really good, but he still has soreness. He’s not hurt. Hopefully that soreness gets better in the next couple of days and he pushes harder. Then we’ll see what we’re going to do. But we don’t think he’s ready to play here right now. Hopefully in the next six days when we’re ready to call him up, he’s ready. … We don’t need him if we play him three to four innings and replace him with somebody or play him one game, and then sit him down. That’s not in our plans. When we get him, hopefully he stays all year long. But now he’s not 100 percent. He can come here and play, but it’s not the way we want him to play.”
Toni Ginetti here.