CHICAGO -- The White Sox claimed right-hander Angel Sanchez off waivers from Tampa Bay and assigned him to Class A Winston Salem on Wednesday.
Sanchez, 24, posted a 7.04 ERA in 14 starts this season between Double-A Jacksonville in the Marlins system and Double-A Montgomery in the Rays system. He began the season with Miami before being claimed off waivers by Tampa Bay on June 13. The Rays designated him for assignment on June 30.
Ranked by MLB.com as the No. 16 prospect in the Marlins organization entering the 2014 season, Sanchez was originally signed by the Dodgers as a free agent on July 12, 2010.
The White Sox 40-man roster is at 39.
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• Alexei Ramirez played in his 1,000th career game on Wednesday night.
• Triple-A Charlotte infielder Tyler Saladino has been named to the International League All-Star team as a shortstop.
• Adam Dunn needs one home run to pass Carl Yastrzemski (452) for 35th place all-time on the home run list.
• White Sox starting pitchers have made 1,016 quality starts since 2003, tied with the Mets for the Major League lead.
• Major League Baseball overturned a pair of official scoring calls from the White Sox 7-0 loss to the Blue Jays on Thursday. A Jose Reyes first-inning single off of Scott Carroll was changed to an error on second baseman Gordon Beckham, while a fifth-inning double by Dioner Navarro was changed to an error on left-fielder Dayan Viciedo. As a result, two of the five runs charged to Carroll in his five innings are unearned.
Joe Popely is an associate reporter for MLB.com This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.