Garcia remains on the bench Sunday against the Mariners.
Garcia hits the bench for the second game in a row. Ryan Cordell will get the start in right field.
Garcia is not in Saturday's lineup against the Mariners.
He is hitting .286 with zero home runs and zero steals in 35 at-bats this month. Daniel Palka starts in right field while Adam Engel starts in center.
Garcia went 2-for-5 with a run scored in Friday's 9-7 win over the Mariners.
Garcia returned to action after being held out of the starting nine Thursday. He'll finish out the season as the primary center fielder, but his status for 2020 is up in the air. The organization's top prospect, Luis Robert, is a center fielder and is expected to reach Chicago at some point next season, perhaps even starting the season in MLB. Garcia could slide to right field but does not offer the type of power numbers one typically sees in a corner outfielder.
Garcia is not in Thursday's lineup against the Royals.
He is hitting .333 with four runs and zero RBI during his current five-game hitting streak. Daniel Palka is starting in right field and hitting sixth.
Garcia (personal) is starting in right field and batting leadoff Tuesday against the Royals.
Garcia missed Chicago's weekend series against the Angels following the death of his grandmother, but he's since returned to the team. He's 6-for-18 with a walk and six strikeouts through his first four games of September.
Garcia is expected to miss this weekend's series against the Angels following the death of his grandmother, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Garcia is out of Friday's lineup as he has returned to the Dominican Republic to be with family. The White Sox have a scheduled off day Monday before beginning a three-game set with the Royals on Tuesday.
Garcia is not in the lineup for Friday's game versus the Angels.
Garcia finds himself on the bench for the second straight contest as he has a .254/.280/.354 slash line in the second half. Adam Engel will start in center field Friday for the White Sox.
Garcia is not in Thursday's lineup against the Indians.
He is hitting .227 with zero home runs and zero steals in 44 at-bats over his last 10 games. Adam Engel will patrol center field and hit ninth.
Garcia went 1-for-5 with two RBI in Friday's 10-7 loss to Atlanta.
Garcia, who injured his shin earlier this week, has not missed any subsequent games. He is, however, in a slump. Garcia is 3-for-25 with 11 strikeouts over his last six games.
Garcia (shin) will lead off and play right field Tuesday against the Twins.
Garcia left Sunday's game against the Rangers after getting hit in the shin by a pitch, but he avoided serious injury and won't wind up missing a start. He hasn't done much in the month of August, hitting .242/.263/.374, though he does have three steals this month.
Garcia was removed from Sunday's game against the Rangers with a left shin contusion. He underwent X-rays afterward, which returned negative.
Garcia was pulled from the contest after being struck in the left leg with a pitch in the bottom of the seventh inning, which loaded the bases. He was fortunate to avoid any broken bones, but Garcia isn't necessarily out of the woods yet. The White Sox will hope Monday's off day provides enough time for Garcia to heal up and rejoin the lineup in Tuesday's series opener versus the Twins.
Garcia went 2-for-5 with two runs scored in Wednesday's 4-0 loss to the Twins.
Garcia has managed to maintain a decent batting average (.282) while receiving a career high in plate appearances. He also leads the White Sox with 78 runs, which ranks 35th in MLB. He moved from center field to right field to give the slumping Jon Jay a break Wednesday. The anticipation in Chicago continues to build for Luis Robert, who should man center field if he's called up in 2019. In that event, Garcia may still be a lineup regular in right field.
Garcia started at third base and went 0-for-4 in Thursday's loss to the Angels.
Garcia returned to the lineup after missing four games due to an illness and a bruised finger. This was Garcia's first start at third base this season.
Garcia (finger) is back in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Angels.
Garcia returns to the lineup after missing the past four games with a right finger bruise. The 28-year-old is starting at third base and leading off.
Manager Rick Renteria described Garcia (finger) as "good to go" prior to Wednesday's game against the Astros, Khobi Price of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Despite that rosy assessment, Garcia was held out of Wednesday's game, although he was available. He could return to action Thursday against the Angels after missing the last four games due to an illness at first and then a bruised finger.
Garcia (finger) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Astros.
An illness was believed to be the reason behind Garcia's absence from the lineup for the past three games, but it's instead a bruised right finger that's troubling the 28-year-old. Garcia will cede center-field duties to Adam Engel in the series finale with the hope of making his way back into the starting nine at some point during the White Sox's four-game set with the Angels that begins Thursday.
Garcia is dealing with a bruised right index finger, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The bruised finger, and not the illness that scratched him from Sunday's lineup, appears to be the reason Garcia did not start either game of Tuesday's doubleheader. Adam Engel has picked up the starts in center field with Garcia unavailable.
Garcia (illness) is not in the lineup for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Astros.
Garcia was scratched from Sunday's lineup due to the illness and has yet to return to action. Adam Engel is starting in center field and batting eighth Tuesday night in his stead.
Garcia (illness) is out of the lineup for the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Astros.
Garcia was a late scratch from the lineup ahead of Sunday's 2-0 loss to the Athletics and wasn't scheduled to start in Monday's series opener with Houston before that contest was postponed. It's unclear if Garcia's absence from the first game of the twin bill is a result of the illness or merely a matter of rest, so there's still a chance he could rejoin the lineup for the nightcap.
Garcia (illness) is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Astros.
Garcia will apparently need an additional day to recover from the illness that rendered him a late scratch ahead of Sunday's 2-0 loss to the Athletics. For the second straight day, Jon Jay will handle leadoff duties for the White Sox with Garcia confined to a bench role.
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