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Edwin Encarncion (shoulder) remains out due to SC joint inflammation in his left shoulder.
Encarncion has been out of action since exiting Tuesday’s game with shoulder inflammation. He took dry swings on Friday and is expected back in the lineup soon. Fantasy owners should continue to monitor his status and check to see if Encarncion is in Saturday’s lineup.
Edwin Encarnacion (shoulder) is sitting on Thursday against the Brewers.
Encarnacion is day-to-day with shoulder inflammation. Zack Collins will be the team's designate hitter and bat eighth in this one.
Edwin Encarnacion has inflammation on his left SC joint and is considered day-to-day.
Encarnacion left Tuesday's game against the Brewers early and it appears, for now, that he will avoid an IL stint. He had gotten off to a very slow start, per usual, this year with a .200/.250/.300 slash line with one home run and two RBI. We should hear more on his status over the coming days.
Edwin Encarnacion was removed early from Tuesday's game against the Brewers with left shoulder soreness.
Encarnacion received attention after legging out an infield single and was later lifted for a pinch hitter. The DH is off to his usual slow start this season, batting just .200. The injury doesn't appear to be serious but monitor the news about Encarnacion's status tomorrow.
White Sox designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion is not in the lineup for the team's matchup against the Kansas City Royals on Friday.
Through five games, Encarnacion is batting .105 with one home run, so maybe a day off will let him take a step back and come back fresh on Saturday. Yasmani Grandal is serving as the designated hitter and is batting cleanup Friday.