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Wise has a separated shoulder

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The Sox just announced that center fielder Dewayne Wise suffered a separated right shoulder on his fifth-inning diving catch of a liner by Ramon Santiago.
He is likely headed to the disabled list, with the team expected to make a roster move in the next 12 hours.
Wise started the season as the team's leadoff hitter, but after an 0-for-8 start, was bumped down to the bottom of the order. Since the move, however, Wise started hitting a bit more, including a 1-for-3 game on Monday that brought his average up to .238.
Brian Anderson took his spot in center, and will likely get a majority of the playing time with the news.

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The White Sox season reached a turning point... Lets hope we never have to see that joke Wise in a White Sox uniform ever again. We no longer have to be the laughing stocks of baseball, at least not for a few weeks.

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