Chicago White Sox defeat Los Angeles Angels, 5-2

''Detached'' was the first word used Wednesday to describe White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy's injury.

The name ''Dr. James Andrews" soon followed.

Put them together, and it's very likely the $52 million ace won't throw a baseball for the Sox until February, when pitchers and catchers report.

An MRI exam taken earlier Wednesday revealed a detached latissimus dorsi muscle in Peavy's right posterior shoulder, leading to the Sox putting him on the 15-day disabled list. ...

White Sox general manager Ken Williams better have one more trick up his
sleeve.

Heading into the week, Williams had a short to-do list he was looking to fill before the trade deadline: a left-handed bat and possibly some help from the left side in the bullpen.

But after the news Wednesday that starting pitcher Jake Peavy likely will be lost for the season, all bets are off.

Williams had spent the last 10 days in, out and back in for Adam Dunn, but unless rookie ...