White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche (knee) is in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Yankees, according to CSN's Dan Hayes. LaRoche has not started a game since Sept. 11 due to his ailing knee, but he will do just that Thursday. LaRoche will serve as the White Sox' designated hitter and hit fifth against Yankees starter Michael Pineda.
White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche, who has been dealing with patella tendinitis in his right knee, hopes to return to the lineup during a four-game series against the Yankees, CSN Chicago reports. The lingering knee malady has kept LaRoche out of the lineup since Sept. 13, but he believes he originally suffered the injury two months ago. An MRI revealed the tendinitis, and he has since received an injection to alleviate the soreness.
White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the A's, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. LaRoche will sit for a third straight game, with all three absences coming against opposing right-handed pitchers. It seems manager Robin Ventura will continue to evaluate younger talent over the final weeks of the season rather than continue trotting LaRoche out there. The 35-year-old is batting .189/.241/.297 since the All-Star break.
White Sox first baseman/designated hitter Adam LaRoche was a late scratch from Monday's game with knee soreness, per ESPNChicago.com. LaRoche will be replaced in the lineup by J.B. Shuck, who moves to right field, while Avisail Garcia becomes the DH.
A matchup Thursday against Seattle left-hander Roenis Elias has White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche out of the lineup. LaRoche has hit safely in five of his last six games, but has a mere 14 hits in 86 at-bats against southpaws this season.
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