White Sox put closer Matt Lindstrom on disabled list with ankle injury
The 34-year-old suffered the injury in the ninth inning of Monday's win over the Royals attempting to field a bunt. He will return to Chicago to undergo further examination, the team said.
Lindstrom is 2-1 with a 3.32 ERA and six saves in nine opportunities this season for the White Sox (22-24), who will continue their nine-game road trip in Kansas City on Tuesday.
Reliever Javy Guerra has been called up from Triple-A Charlotte to replace Lindstrom on the 25-man roster, but the closer role will likely be by committee until Lindstrom returns, with Scott Downs, Ronald Belisario and Daniel Webb all candidates.
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