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Base on Balls (Walk)
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2023 .000
2022 223.52.8 50 6 25 14 13 .301
2021 394.53.2 94 17 61 22 18 .309
3y Avg. 263.53.1 63 11 36 15 12 .309
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Regains confidence at plate

    Anderson visited Driveline immediately before spring training to work on his swing, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Anderson got off to a scorching start in 2022 but faltered to only a .259 average and .257 wOBA across the second half of the season. That dip in production was at least in part due to a groin injury that prevented him being comfortable at the plate, though Anderson is confident he regained his form this offseason. Encouragingly, Anderson has hit well with Team USA at the World Baseball Classic, maintaining a .364 average with two extra-base hits and a stolen base.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Back in Chicago for '23

    The White Sox exercised Anderson's (hand) $12.5 million team option for 2023 on Sunday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Even though Anderson was limited to just 79 games in 2022 due to a pair of trips to the injured list, the two-time All-Star is still viewed as a core piece for the White Sox. The team's decision to keep him aboard for 2023 thus comes as no surprise, and barring a dramatic downturn in performance, Anderson will most likely stick around with Chicago through the 2024 season, when he can be brought back on a cost-effective $14 million team option. Since the start of the 2019 campaign, Anderson's .309 batting average ranks third in the majors among players with at least 1,000 plate appearances.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Shut down for season

    The White Sox are shutting down Anderson (hand) for the rest of the season, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Anderson has been making steady progress in his recovery from surgery on his left hand, but with the White Sox out of the playoff picture, there's no point in forcing the issue. Elvis Andrus will continue to get starting reps at shortstop for the rest of the year.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Could return this week

    Anderson (hand) could return to the White Sox's lineup sometime this week, Scot Gregor of the Chicago Daily Herald reports. With the minor-league season coming to a close in the coming days, a rehab assignment doesn't make much sense for Anderson, so he might make a direct return to action at the big-league level despite missing six weeks already. In the meantime, Elvis Andrus will continue manning shortstop.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Still not ready for rehab stint

    Anderson (hand) is not yet ready to begin a rehab assignment, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. The White Sox were hoping to get Anderson back this week, and there is still a chance that could happen. However, with him already missing six weeks and not yet ready for game action, the likelihood of that occurring is lessening.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Swinging and fielding

    Anderson (hand) said he has started swinging and fielding grounders, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Anderson also said that he doesn't know when exactly he will return or whether or not he'll need to rehab in the minors. His main concern seems to be returning to full strength so he can be of use when he does return.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Could return next week

    Anderson (hand) is resuming baseball activities Tuesday and could return at some point during next week's homestand if all goes well, according to general manager Rick Hahn, Vinnie Duber of reports. Hahn said it will depend how Anderson's ramp up goes, regarding when he could be activated. The White Sox have a homestand that runs from Sept. 20 through Sept. 25. Anderson has been out since Aug. 6 after undergoing left hand surgery.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Meeting with specialist on tap

    Anderson is scheduled to meet with a hand specialist Tuesday, at which point the White Sox could have a better sense of if or when he'll return this season, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. Anderson underwent surgery on his left hand Aug. 11 and is now four weeks into what was expected to be a six-week recovery period. His upcoming meeting with a specialist should determine whether that six-week timeline remains in place, and if Anderson receives a positive evaluation, he could be cleared to resume light baseball activities. Elvis Andrus has taken over as the White Sox's everyday shortstop while Anderson has been on the mend from the surgery.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Officially moves to IL

    Anderson (hand) was placed on the 10-day injured list after Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader at Kansas City and is scheduled to undergo surgery Thursday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. The 29-year-old sat out the matinee while serving the second and final game of his suspension, but he was diagnosed with a sagittal band tear on the middle finger of his left hand and is expected to miss the next six weeks while recovering from the procedure. Anderson sustained the injury during Saturday's game against the Rangers on a check swing, and the tear is causing a dislocation of the exterior tendon of his finger. Leury Garcia and prospect Lenyn Sosa, who was promoted from Triple-A Charlotte over the weekend, are the primary options to fill in at shortstop for the White Sox.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Out 4-to-6 weeks with hand injury

    Anderson (suspension) was diagnosed Tuesday with a torn ligament in his left hand and is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, Russell Dorsey of Bally Sports reports. Anderson is out of the lineup for the first half of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Royals while he serves the second game of the two-game suspension he received over the weekend, but the White Sox are expected to shift him to the 10-day injured list in advance of the nightcap in light of his injury. Per LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune, Anderson picked up the injury on a checked swing Saturday against the Rangers, and the torn ligament was confirmed when he returned to Chicago on Sunday for an examination. Dorsey notes that surgery could be a possibility for Anderson, but for the time being, the White Sox seem content to wait and see how the 29-year-old responds to rest and rehab. Leury Garcia is making his second straight start at shortstop in Game 1 on Tuesday and could serve as the primary replacement at the position in Anderson's absence, while top prospect Lenyn Sosa was also called up from Triple-A Charlotte over the weekend and is another possible fill-in option.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Serving two-game ban

    Anderson had his three-game suspension reduced to two games Sunday following a successful appeal, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. He'll begin serving the ban in Sunday's contest in Texas. Anderson has now been suspended on three different occasions this season. He missed the first two games of the 2022 campaign stemming from an altercation with an umpire last September, and he drew a one-game suspension in late April for an obscene gesture, but the ban was later lifted and a fine was imposed instead. Anderson was also able to get his latest suspension reduced, but he'll still be forced to miss Sunday's series finale as well as the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader in Kansas City after making contact with an umpire in a July 30 game against the Athletics. The White Sox recalled Lenyn Sosa from Triple-A Charlotte earlier Sunday to provide depth in the middle infield while Anderson serves his two-game suspension.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Appealing three-game suspension

    Anderson is appealing a three-game suspension for making contact with the home plate umpire during Friday's game against the Athletics, Jesse Rogers of reports. The 29-year-old was ejected from Friday's matchup after exchanging words with the home plate umpire, and his helmet made contact with the umpire's head. Anderson will be available while appealing his suspension, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him miss at least a few games in the near future since he was also suspended for a similar incident in 2021.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Ejected, could face suspension

    Anderson went 1-for-3 with a double and a strikeout in a 7-3 loss to the Athletics on Friday. He was ejected from the game for arguing balls and strikes. With the White Sox trailing 5-3 in the seventh, Anderson took exception to a called first strike that caught the top inside corner of the zone. He stepped out of the batter's box and exchanged words with home plate umpire Nick Mahrley, who promptly threw Anderson out of the game. Anderson then encroached on Mahrley's personal space and the brim of Anderson's helmet made contact with Mahrley's head. Anderson had previously been suspended three games for making contact with an umpire in 2021, and he could be face another suspension for his actions in Friday night's game.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: On bench for matinee

    Anderson isn't starting the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Guardians, Vinnie Duber of reports. Anderson was replaced by a pinch hitter late in Friday's 8-2 loss to Cleveland, but his absence from the lineup for Saturday's matinee is simply to give him a chance to rest since he had a busy schedule during the All-Star break. Leury Garcia is taking over at shortstop and batting eighth.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Swipes 12th bag

    Anderson went 2-for-4 with a run scored and a stolen base in Friday's 8-2 loss to the Guardians. The shortstop was the only White Sox batter to record multiple hits in a rough night at the office for the club. Anderson extended his hitting streak to seven games in the process, and on the season he's slashing .313/.353/.417 with six homers, 12 steals, 24 RBI and 45 runs through 66 contests.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Smacks sixth homer

    Anderson went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and two runs scored Friday against the Twins. Anderson took Emilio Pagan yard in the fourth inning to record his sixth homer of the season. Entering the game, Anderson had failed to homer in 27 consecutive starts and has just a .109 ISO on the season. Despite the lack of power, Anderson has found other ways to be productive, particularly by hitting .313, scoring 42 runs and swiping 11 bags across 282 plate appearances for the campaign.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Swipes 11th bag

    Anderson went 1-for-4 with a run scored and a stolen base Monday against the Guardians. Anderson extended his hitting streak to a modest four games with a single in the third inning. He then swiped second base -- his 11th of the season -- and came around to score on a three-run home run by Yoan Moncada. Anderson has hit only .237 across 18 games since returning from a groin injury June 20, though he still has 13 runs scored and three stolen bases in that span.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Receives Sunday off

    Anderson is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Tigers. Anderson is off to a slow start in July with a .518 OPS through nine games, though he has perked up over the past few days by going 5-for-13 with a double, an RBI and three runs. Leury Garcia will shift to shortstop while Yoan Moncada takes over leadoff duties Sunday. The White Sox will close out the final week before the All-Star break with an eight-game slate, but fantasy managers shouldn't count on Anderson starting in more than seven of those contests. According to Scott Merkin of, manager Tony La Russa said Anderson isn't expected to play both ends of Tuesday's doubleheader in Cleveland, and if he does, the shortstop would be scheduled to sit out Wednesday's series finale.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: In mild slump

    Anderson went 1-for-4 with a run scored Thursday against the Tigers. Anderson started a ninth-inning rally for the White Sox with a one-out single before coming around to score. He's hit .205 with one extra-base hit across his last 10 games, though he's still scored seven runs and swiped two bags in that span. Even with the slow stretch, Anderson has maintained an excellent .313 average across 244 plate appearances on the season.
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  • White Sox's Tim Anderson: Three hits in Tuesday's win

    Anderson went 3-for-6 with a run scored in Tuesday's 11-4 win over the Angels. Anderson did well in a table-setting role, but a hitless performance from Andrew Vaughn in the No. 2 spot limited the leadoff hitter's involvement in run production. This was Anderson's 10th three-hit game of the year. He's batting an excellent .344/.382/.467 with five home runs, 19 RBI, 29 runs scored, 10 stolen bases and nine doubles through 207 plate appearances. A career-best 11.6 percent strikeout rate has amplified his steady contact skills, while his counting stats are lagging due to a groin injury that cost him three weeks.
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