Crede Update

TUCSON, Ariz. – Joe Crede did try taking batting practice on Friday, but the White Sox third baseman had to shut it down early with his injured left hand bothering him.

Crede was plunked on the hand Thursday, and was taken for X-Rays by head trainer Herm Schneider. Those X-Rays came back negative, but didnt change the fact that the badly swollen hand now needed a few days off.

The immediate plan is allow Crede to go through drills and workouts, but put the bat down for a few days until the hands feels better.

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