Grandal will sit Saturday against the Cubs. Grandal returned from a brief absence due to a hand injury Thursday and started a pair of games, going hitless in both. He'll get a rest in this one, with James McCann taking over behind the plate.
Grandal (hand) is starting at catcher and batting third Thursday against Cleveland. He left Monday's game with a bruised right hand but was able to make a quick recovery. Grandal is hitting .241 with three home runs in 58 at-bats this month. He has a .233/.354/.420 slash line with seven home runs on the season.
Grandal (hand) remains on the bench Tuesday against Cleveland. Grandal exited Monday's game with a bruised hand and did not start Tuesday's contest, though he did appear off the bench. That would suggest he's not far from being able to return to the lineup, though the White Sox have already clinched a playoff spot, so they have very little reason to rush him.
Grandal (hand) is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game in Cleveland. Grandal left Monday's contest with a bruised right hand. It doesn't sound as though he'll need to miss too much time, but with the White Sox's postseason berth already secured, they can afford to be cautious with him. James McCann starts behind the plate in his absence.
Grandal left Monday's game against the Indians due to a bruised right hand, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Grandal's X-rays came back negative, which is promising news for the White Sox with the postseason on the horizon. He'll likely be evaluated on a daily basis moving forward.