Anderson will sit Sunday against the Angels.
Anderson is making a push for the American League batting title and currently holds a slight lead (.334 to 328) over DJ LeMahieu. He's been excellent since mid-August, hitting .392/.404/.627 over his last 23 games. He'll get a break Sunday, with Danny Mendick starting at shortstop.
Anderson went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in Friday's 5-4 win over the Angels.
Anderson moved to the leadoff spot Friday as Leury Garcia (personal) was away attending the funeral services of a relative. Anderson has hit safely in seven straight games (six with multiple hits), going 14-for-32 with five doubles, two homers and four RBI.
Anderson went 2-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Thursday's 7-1 win over Cleveland.
Anderson, who missed a month while dealing with a high-ankle sprain, now has enough at-bats to qualify for the AL batting title and pushed his average to a AL-high .332. Since Aug. 1, he leads MLB with 54 hits, and he has hit safely in 19 of the last 21 games. It's been a remarkable season for the shortstop, but his .393 BABIP is warning flag that he may not sustain this pace in 2020.
Anderson went 3-for-5 with a double, a home run, two RBI and two runs scored Wednesday against the Indians.
Anderson was productive throughout the game but saved his best for last, smacking a two-run homer off Brad Hand in the final frame. He now has 15 home runs on the campaign and extended his hitting streak to five games. For the season, Anderson is hitting 331/.352/.506 to go along with 16 steals across 106 games.
Anderson went 2-for-3 with a double and a walk in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Braves.
Anderson, who led MLB with 44 hits during the month of August, continued to hit with the calendar flipping to September. This was the 10th time in the last 11 games that he's batted second. "I like it," Anderson told Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times. "I'm getting more at-bats, and I get a chance to start something off early, get the game going." Anderson is looking to finish out what has been his best season. Had he enough at-bats to qualify, Anderson's .328 average would rank sixth in MLB.
Anderson is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Twins.
Ryan Goins will start at shortstop in the series finale in place of Anderson, who will check out of the lineup for the first time since Aug. 6, when he sat out the back end of a doubleheader with Detroit. While playing in each of the past 20 games, Anderson has enjoyed his most productive stretch since his red-hot April, batting .386 with nine extra-base hits, 17 runs and eight RBI.
Anderson went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Twins.
One night after Anderson's 11-game hitting streak was broken, the shortstop launched his 14th home run. He's maintaining a batting average above .300, but the lurking .388 BABIP suggests it could disappear at some point. Anderson is still very much a free swinger who takes aim at 45.1 percent of pitches outside the zone and does not draw many walks.
Anderson went 2-for-5 with an RBI in Friday's 8-3 win over Texas.
Anderson's hit safely in 10 straight contests, a stretch in which he's batting .455 with a home run, seven RBI and 12 runs scored.
Anderson went 2-for-5 with a run scored in Wednesday's 4-0 win over the Twins.
Anderson extended his hitting streak to eight games, gathering 17 hits in 35 at-bats during the run. For the month of August, he's hit safely in 18 of 20 games to raise his season average to .332, tying him for fourth in MLB among players with at least 375 plate appearances.
Anderson went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double and two RBI in a loss to the Twins on Tuesday.
Anderson knocked in the first run of the game with a double in the third inning and launched a solo homer to left field in the sixth. The multi-hit outing was Anderson's sixth in his last seven games and 11th overall in a scorching August in which he has produced a .407 average while scoring 18 runs.
Anderson went 2-for-5 with an RBI single and two runs scored in Friday's 7-2 win over the Angels.
Anderson provided the run-scoring single in the third inning, knocking in Leury Garcia before advancing to third then coming around to score on a wild pitch by Angels starter Patrick Sandoval. Anderson then got aboard with a single in the eighth inning and scored on James McCann's grand slam. The shortstop has posted three straight multi-hit efforts, going 8-for-14 with six runs scored in that short span. He's hitting .327/.348/.490 with 12 homers, 16 stolen bases, 41 RBI and 53 runs scored in 87 games this season.
Anderson went 4-for-5 with two doubles, an RBI and two runs scored Wednesday against the Astros.
Anderson collected a hit in each of his last four plate appearances, notching his first multi-extra-base hit performance since June 22. Anderson has hit the ball well in August, lacing at least one hit in 11 of his 13 games and recording multiple hits on six occasions. While he's often started seasons hot, Anderson has now maintained a stellar .323/.346/.491 line across 347 plate appearances.
Anderson went 1-for-4 with a double in Sunday's 2-0 loss to the Athletics.
Anderson has hit safely in 10 straight games, going 18-for-43 (.419) with a 1.026 OPS. It would be nice to see that hitting produce runs, but it hasn't as Anderson has just one RBI (a home run) during his streak. Most of his plate appearances this season have come from the second and seventh spots in the order, which are not traditionally run-producing slots.
Anderson is not in the lineup for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Tigers. He extended his hitting streak to six games by going 2-for-5 in the matinee.
Anderson is heating up, notching five hits in his last two games and six in his last three contests. He is hitting .314 with 12 home runs and 15 steals in 318 plate appearances. Christian Yelich, Francisco Lindor and Whit Merrifield are the only other players who are hitting at least .300 with 15-plus steals and double-digit home runs. Leury Garcia is starting at shortstop in the nightcap.
Anderson went 3-for-5 with a double and two runs scored in Monday's 7-4 win over the Tigers.
After an 0-for-7 stumble to close out July following a month-long stay on the IL, Anderson has now hit safely in five straight games, going 8-for-23 (.348) with three doubles and a homer. The 26-year-old shortstop is quickly showing that his early-season success was no sample-size fluke, and he's now slashing .312/.335/.488 on the year.
Anderson went 0-for-3 with an RBI in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Mets.
Anderson's ninth-inning, run-producing sacrifice fly sent the game into extra innings. He returned to the lineup after missing 26 games due to an ankle injury.
Anderson (ankle) was activated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday.
Anderson will wind up missing slightly over a month with his sprained right ankle. He hit .348 over the course of five rehab games and should now return to a key role in Chicago's lineup, where he hit .317/.342/.491 prior to the injury. Ryan Cordell was optioned in a corresponding move.
Anderson (ankle) went 2-for-5 with a home run while serving as the designated hitter for Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday.
Anderson was supposed to get the day off, but the White Sox changed course and had him play a fourth straight game, David Just of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. That the team called an audible on the planned day off is a good sign the injured shortstop is nearing a return. He'll be in the lineup for a fifth straight day Sunday. Anderson is 7-for-18 with four RBI and three runs scored in four rehab games with the Knights. With an off day coming Monday, the White Sox could have Anderson back in the fold Tuesday.
Anderson (ankle) played nine innings at shortstop Friday for Triple-A Charlotte. He went 0-for-5 and committed an error.
Anderson played for a third straight day and, more significantly, played nine innings in the field. There's a possibility Anderson will return to Chicago before the end of the White Sox's homestand, which extends through Aug. 1.
Anderson (ankle) went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored for Triple-A Charlotte on Thursday.
Anderson started at shortstop, his first rehab game in the field, and played six innings. He's played back-to-back games but has not yet played nine innings in the field. Manger Rick Renteria told Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times that Anderson feels good, although he was taking secondary leads on the bases. It would not be surprising to see the White Sox give him more at-bats with the Knights, given the length of his stay on the injured list. Anderson has been out since June 25.
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