Nate Jones (back) might not return in 2014.
Nate Jones (back) has been running sprints up to 120 feet and long-tossing at 140-150 feet.
Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that Nate Jones (back) has a "long ways to go to get back to full health."
Nate Jones (back) played catch from about 60 feet Monday.
Nate Jones (back) is not yet ready for baseball activities.
Nate Jones underwent a successful microdiscectomy procedure on Monday.
Nate Jones will have back surgery on Monday.
White Sox transferred RHP Nate Jones from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
Nate Jones (back) has yet to resume baseball activities.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura indicated Friday that Nate Jones' back injury is a little worse than the team originally thought.
Nate Jones (back) is still not ready for baseball activity.
Nate Jones (back) has improved in recent days, but still doesn't have a timetable for when he can resume throwing.
The White Sox clarified Thursday that Nate Jones is dealing with a lower back injury.
Nate Jones (hip) received an epidural after undergoing an MRI.