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Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson went 4-for-5 with a solo homer and three runs in a 7-5 win over Detroit on Wednesday.
Anderson returned from the injured list on Tuesday after missing time with a strained groin. The veteran infielder is hitting .385 with two homers, 12 runs, and two RBI.
Tim Anderson (groin) was activated off the 10-day injured list.
He's playing shortstop and batting leadoff on Tuesday night against the Tigers. Fantasy managers can insert him into lineups.
Tim Anderson (groin) is traveling with the White Sox to Detroit this week.
Anderson is eligible to come off the injured list on Tuesday and it sounds like that could be a real possibility. The reigning American League batting champ has been sidelined since August 1st with a groin injury.
Tim Anderson is heading to the White Sox alternate site at Schaumburg on Thursday as he's been cleared to work out following a groin strain that he sustained last week.
It's a positive sign that Anderson is feeling healthy enough to resume working out following his groin strain, which placed him on the 10-day IL on August 1st. He's a good bet to be activated as soon as he is eligible on August 11th. Before going down Anderson was having a stellar year at the dish with a .333/.355/.567 batting line over 30 at-bats.
Tim Anderson was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday with a right groin strain.
Anderson was removed from Friday's game with the injury, and will be transitioned to the injured list to further recover. The White Sox have not provided a further timetable for Anderson's return, though he'll miss at least 10 days.