The White Sox were expected to decide Monday if Teahen (mild oblique strain) would have to go on the disabled list. No move was made pre-game, but that doesn’t mean it is completely out of the question.
“We might have to wait until [Tuesday] to see what’s happening,” Guillen said. “I asked him if he’s available to pinch-hit and he said he can. We have to see how he feels [Tuesday] to see if he can play every day.”
Dayan Viciedo's numbers at Triple-A Charlotte have been shouting out for a promotion. The Cuba native is no longer playing third base, but he could get some playing time with the White Six by giving Carlos Quentin a day off and by getting a day or two at DH if Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko got a break.
Viciedo entered play Monday batting .315. Over his last 11 games he is batting .444 (20-for-45) with six doubles, two home runs, 16 RBIs and 10 runs scored.