Viciedo undergoing treatment

CHICAGO -- As of now, the Chicago White Sox are not announcing a disabled list stint for Dayan Viciedo, who was injured while swinging at a pitch in Thursday night’s game at Toronto.

Viciedo was undergoing treatment Friday with team trainers for what is being listed as an oblique strain. He grabbed his left side immediately after swinging at a pitch in the late innings Thursday and was removed from the game. He could be seen in the dugout afterward wincing in pain.

As of now, Viciedo is listed as day to day.

Friday’s postponement against the Minnesota Twins gives the White Sox more time to bring up a player from the minor leagues in the event Viciedo does end up on the DL.

Jordan Danks, who was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte this week, took over for Viciedo at the plate Thursday and struck out.