Baltimore Sun "The Orioles have some interest in Chicago White Sox free-agent right-hander Gavin Floyd and have been monitoring his progress as he recovers from elbow surgery, according to industry sources. Floyd, 30, who starred at Mount St. Joseph before being selected by the Philadelphia Phillies with the..." November 20
MLB Trade Rumors "Gavin Floyd's rehabilitation from May surgery to repair his ulnar collateral ligament and torn flexor tendon in his elbow is progressing extremely well, agent Mike Moye tells MLBTR. Moye says Floyd escalated his throwing program to three sets at 180 feet this week and is experiencing almost no..." November 19
CSN Chicago "Gavin Floyd will undergo season-ending surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament and a torn flexor muscle in his right elbow, the White Sox announced Monday. The recovery time for the procedure is 14-19 months. Floyd is in the final year of a four-year, $15.5 million contract signed in..." May 06
Chicago Tribune "Hector Santiago provided stability Thursday night to a White Sox pitching staff that will lose Gavin Floyd for an extended period because of a tear in his right flexor muscle but soon could receive the services of John Danks. Santiago, who started after Jake Peavy was scratched because of back..." May 03
CSN Chicago "White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd will get multiple opinions on the severity of his injury, general manager Rick Hahn confirmed Thursday. Floyd was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with what the team calls a right flexor muscle strain. An MRI taken on Saturday showed Floyd doesn’t have a..." May 02
Robin Ventura confirms Gavin Floyd headed to DL. Hector Santiago will move into rotation with Duente Heath coming up from AAA for bullpen.
CSN Chicago "Gavin Floyd’s elbow is pain free and not an issue, he said Tuesday. The White Sox starting pitcher said he feels fine after he threw 50 pitches in his Cactus League debut against Team USA. Floyd limited Team USA to two hits, a walk and one hit batsmen in 2 1/3 scoreless innings. He struck out..." March 06