Pitchers and catchers report to the White Sox’ training camp in Glendale, Ariz., next week and the big question heading in is the health of starting pitcher Jake Peavy.
Sidelined since July 6 with a detached lat muscle in his right posterior shoulder, Peavy told GM Kenny Williams he’s going to be ready to go when the regular season opens April 1 at Cleveland.
Williams, on the other hand, wants to be cautious with his ace starter, and Peavy might not take the mound until May.
There is a lot to be sorted out, and Peavy is going to talk about his status Tuesday in a conference call with reporters.
Check back tomorrow for updates.