Jenks likely done for rest of season

Updated: September 23, 2009, 1:00 AM ET
By Bruce Levine | ESPNChicago.com

Right-handed pitcher Bobby Jenks' career with the Chicago White Sox might be over.

The team's closer since July 2005 pulled his right calf muscle in pregame drills on Tuesday, likely ending his season. Jenks originally injured the calf in Seattle on the team's last road trip. However, with the help of the White Sox training staff, the pitcher was able to continue to compete until Tuesday's injury.

"I am most likely done for the year," Jenks said. "Today, during the stretch and ...

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