Sanchez went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and two runs scored in Sunday's 9-7 loss to the Indians. Sanchez's bat has made little impact over the last month. Sunday's RBI ended a streak of 12 games without driving in a run and was just his third in the last 29 games.
Sanchez went 1-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored in Saturday's 9-5 win over Toronto. The homer was just the second base hit in the last 27 at-bats for Sanchez, whose struggles go back much further. He was hovering near .300 through the first month and a half, but a 66-game stretch in which the versatile infielder hit .224 (57-for-255) has dropped his season average to .249. There isn't a ready in-house option to take away his starting job at third base at this time, but it's becoming clear Sanchez is not the future answer at the position for the rebuilding White Sox.
Sanchez (quad) is starting at third base and batting second Saturday against the Rangers. Sanchez was held out of Friday's lineup after suffering a quad bruise against the Twins on Thursday but returns after missing only one game. The 26-year-old has struggled with a .212/.284/.364 slash line over 99 at-bats in June.
Sanchez (quad) is out of the lineup Friday against the Rangers. He suffered a left quad contusion during Thursday's game, and it will cost him at least one game. Leury Garcia will get a rare start at the hot corner, hitting sixth.
Sanchez was diagnosed with a left quad contusion and is considered day-to-day, James Fegan of The Athletic Chicago The versatile infielder suffered the injury in Thursday's loss to the Twins and it's unclear whether he'll be ready for the Friday's series opener against the Rangers. If Sanchez is held out, Matt Davidson would likely take over at third base.
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