Danks said that he's scheduled to pitch during the first game at Camden Yards in Baltimore, which is Thursday.
"Something can change between now and then, but other than that, I'm available," Danks said. "I'll just do some work, and if there's a situation that comes up that I can help, I'm available to do that."
Through three starts this season, Danks has a 0-3 record with a 6.23 ERA. He has a career 2-3 record with a 7.27 ERA over seven starts at Rogers Centre, which explains the rotation adjustment, and is 1-2 with a 4.25 ERA in five starts at Camden Yards.
In his start Thursday against the Angels, Danks bobbed and weaved out of trouble to allow two runs on five hits over six innings. He also walked five, which was as troubling as Danks pitching out of trouble signaled a step in the right direction.
"I feel fine. Just have to be better," Danks said. "That's the way it is, be more effective, be more consistent. It's not anything I didn't know. Shoot, ready to go, ready for Baltimore."
Gonzalez, 31, has allowed three runs in 11 innings for Charlotte. He was a scratch from his Friday night start in preparation for Monday.
Adding Gonzalez means adding his guaranteed money in making the Majors again. He has a 3-2 record and a 2.82 ERA at Rogers Centre during eight appearances and seven starts for the Orioles, while posting a 17-14 mark and a 3.94 ERA at Camden Yards.
This move also presents a number of future questions, such as whether Gonzalez will stay in the rotation, and if Danks eventually moves to the bullpen, who is the odd man out when the White Sox return to 12 pitchers? The starters' setup of Gonzalez, Chris Sale and Jose Quintana in Toronto stands as the lone pitching focus for the White Sox presently.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Gonzalez's status past Monday night was "to be determined."
"As of right now, I'm throwing in Baltimore," Danks said. "That's truthfully all I know."