The White Sox training staff is proud of a record that boasts the fewest days spent on the disabled list by players from 2002-11.

But whether it’s back spasms, broken hamate bones, flexor muscles or knees blowing up like a balloon, it feels as if the club has experienced any and every injury possible over a hellish first 26 games.

The latest casualties are Jake Peavy and Dewayne Wise, who were scratched from Thursday’s lineup with back spasms and a stiff neck, respectively.

Wise was a late scratch and was replaced by Casper Wells in the ninth spot in the lineup. Wells started in left field and leadoff man Alejandro De Aza slid over from left to center field.

Peavy has been replaced by Hector Santiago, who was supposed to start on Friday in the place of Gavin Floyd, one of six players currently on the disabled list.

From 2002-11, the White Sox totaled roughly 3,800 total days on the DL, more than 500 fewer than the next lowest team, the Houston Astros. By comparison, the Texas Rangers amassed nearly 9,000 DL days over the 10 seasons, according to Fangraphs.com.

Although he can’t recall any spate of injuries like the one the team is currently experiencing, White Sox veteran Paul Konerko said the team must play on.

“It’s just one of those things that happen to a lot of other teams a lot more than us so we can’t cry about it,” Konerko said. “We’ve been lucky as a team here so we just have to weather through the storm and try to come out on the other side with as many wins as we can.”