Abreu (infection) could be done for the season, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Manager Rick Renteria stated he's not sure if Abreu will play again this year, given the significant recovery process that the 31-year-old is facing. With the White Sox out of playoff contention, there's a good chance Abreu will be held out as a precaution.
Abreu (infection) isn't in Saturday's lineup against the Cubs. Abreu continues to be listed as day-to-day after dealing with an infection on his right thigh. Although the issue resulted in a trip to the hospital, he's back with the team and could take the field in the series finale Sunday. Matt Davidson will get the call at first base with Abreu on the bench.
Abreu (infection) remains out of the lineup Friday against the Cubs. Abreu has been out since Tuesday after being hospitalized with an infection on his right thigh. He was released from the hospital Wednesday but is not yet ready to return to the field. Matt Davidson will start at first base in his absence.
Abreu returned to the team prior to Thursday's game but is still unavailable to play while recovering from an infection in his right thigh, Daryl Van Schouwen of The Chicago Sun-Times reports. Van Schouwen added that Abreu was walking a little gingerly, which shouldn't come as much of a surprise after the first baseman was released from the hospital Wednesday afternoon. Initially the club was hopeful that Abreu would be able to return for Friday's series opener against the Cubs, but that seems overly optimistic barring significant improvement. Expect him to require a few more days off.
Abreu (infection) was released from the hospital Wednesday but remains unavailable, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Abreu had been in the hospital since Monday while being treated for an infection on his thigh. He'll remain unavailable for the duration of the series against Cleveland but could return Friday against the Cubs.
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