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After undergoing further testing early Thursday afternoon, early results on the MVP right forearm and wrist of Carlos Quentin were "good so far'', according to one White Sox source.
That doesn't mean that the club was ready to breath a deep sigh of relief just yet, however. They were still waiting to hear further opinion, which was expected by Friday afternoon.
Quentin, who leads the American League with 36 home runs and has been the Sox' most consistent offensive player all season long, was a late scratch before Monday's game in Cleveland, with the injury flaring up during batting practice.
The left fielder was plunked on the forearm area a few weeks back, and hasn't been able to shake the pain associated with it since.
If the Sox get the thumbs up Friday morning, Quentin could be back in the lineup for the start of the Angels series.

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