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Sox get Davidson back, option Skole, Gonzalez

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CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox reinstated infielder Matt Davidson from the 10-day disabled list and optioned catcher Alfredo González and infielder Matt Skole to Class AAA Charlotte on Monday.

Davidson, 27, was placed on the disabled list on May 28 (retroactive to May 25) with back spasms. He is hitting .243 (34-140) with six doubles, 11 home runs and 28 RBI over 42 games this season. At the time he was placed on the disabled list, Davidson's 11 homers were tied for 12th in the American League.

CHICAGO -- The Chicago White Sox reinstated infielder Matt Davidson from the 10-day disabled list and optioned catcher Alfredo González and infielder Matt Skole to Class AAA Charlotte on Monday.

Davidson, 27, was placed on the disabled list on May 28 (retroactive to May 25) with back spasms. He is hitting .243 (34-140) with six doubles, 11 home runs and 28 RBI over 42 games this season. At the time he was placed on the disabled list, Davidson's 11 homers were tied for 12th in the American League.

González, 25, went 1-9 (.111) with one RBI in three games with the White Sox after his contract was purchased from Charlotte on May 24. He recorded his first major-league hit on Sunday vs. Milwaukee, a game-tying RBI single off Brent Suter in the fifth inning.

Skole, 28, went 3-11 (.273) with one home run, one RBI and two runs scored in four games with the Sox after his contract was purchased from Charlotte on May 28. He made his major-league debut that afternoon at Cleveland, hitting a single in his first at-bat and a solo homer in his second, both off Adam Plutko. Skole became the sixth player in Sox history to homer in his first major-league game.

The White Sox will make additional roster moves prior to tomorrow's doubleheader at Minnesota.

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