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Gonzalez endures another setback in rehab

White Sox come to terms with 2 Draft picks
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ARLINGTON -- Chicago right-hander Miguel Gonzalez has returned from his rehab assignment after experiencing some soreness following a start for Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday.

Gonzalez, who has been on the 60-day disabled list since April 18 with right rotator cuff inflammation, had discomfort in a throwing session after the start.

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ARLINGTON -- Chicago right-hander Miguel Gonzalez has returned from his rehab assignment after experiencing some soreness following a start for Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday.

Gonzalez, who has been on the 60-day disabled list since April 18 with right rotator cuff inflammation, had discomfort in a throwing session after the start.

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"A little setback," White Sox manager Rick Renteria said. "He still felt a little something so he's going to be re-seen, re-evaluated, and we'll see where we go from there."

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This is the second time Gonzalez has had a setback in his bid to rejoin the pitching staff. A month ago, he endured a setback as he was nearing a rehab start. This time he made it through three scoreless innings. He was hoping to return to the team after three or four outings.

Gonzalez, who re-signed with Chicago in the offseason, opened the season in the rotation but was 0-3 with a 12.41 ERA before landing on the DL.

Sox come to terms with 2nd- and 3rd-rounders
The White Sox agreed to terms with second-round pick Steele Walker and third-round pick Konnor Pilkington. Walker is an outfielder from Oklahoma, and Pilkington a left-handed pitcher from Mississippi State. The club has agreed to terms with nine of its top 10 picks. Only first rounder Nick Madrigal, who wrapped up his college career Thursday with a national championship at Oregon State, remains unsigned.

Anthony Andro is a contributor to MLB.com.

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