Jimenez left Thursday's game against the Athletics with right foot discomfort.
Jimenez was removed from the game after blasting a double in the third inning, and it appears as though he aggravated his foot injury that forced him to miss the first two games of the AL Wild Card Series. Should the White Sox win Thursday's decisive Game 3, Jimenez could perhaps return for the AL Division Series.
Jimenez exited Game 3 of the AL Wild Card Series against the Athletics on Thursday with an apparent injury, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Jimenez returned to Chicago's lineup as the designated hitter for the decisive Game 3 after missing a week with a sprained foot. He doubled in the top of the third inning, but he was visited by trainers at second base shortly after and exited the game. The nature and severity of his injury aren't clear.
Jimenez (foot) will bat cleanup as the designated hitter for Game 3 of the Wild Card Series against Oakland on Thursday.
Jimenez will play for the first time in a week after dealing with a sprained foot. He didn't appear in either of the first two games of the series despite reportedly being available off the bench, but he's ready to go for the deciding contest. He hit .296/.332/.559 in 55 games this season, so his presence should be a big boost to Chicago's lineup.
Jimenez (foot) remains sidelined for Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series against Oakland on Wednesday.
Jimenez remains out while dealing with the mild right foot sprain that cost him the final three games of the regular season. He didn't appear off the bench in Game 1 despite reportedly being available, but he wasn't needed as the White Sox won 4-1. Leury Garcia remains the starter in left field in his absence.
Jimenez (foot) has made the White Sox's wild-card roster but will not be in the lineup for Game 1 against the A's on Tuesday.
Jimenez is still working his way back from the mild right foot sprain that cost him the final three games of the regular season. He's seemingly quite close to a return but still felt discomfort Tuesday morning and won't be asked to start. He's expected to be available off the bench.
Jimenez (foot) worked out on the field Monday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Jimenez missed the final three games of the season with a mild right foot sprain. His status for the start of the postseason, which begins for the White Sox on Tuesday against the Athletics, remains up in the air, though he reportedly looked good during Monday's workout.
Jimenez (foot) is not in the lineup Sunday against the Cubs.
Manager Rick Renteria said Jimenez was unlikely to play this weekend after suffering the mild right foot sprain Thursday, and he's been held out of the lineup all three games, as expected. Assuming he won't appear off the bench, the 23-year-old finishes 2020 with a .296/.332/.559 slash line, 14 homers, 26 runs and 41 RBI in 55 games. According to Scot Gregor of the Chicago Daily Herald, Renteria indicated Jimenez looks "much better" Sunday and is cautiously optimistic he'll be ready for the start of the playoffs Tuesday.
Jimenez (foot) will remain on the bench as expected Saturday against the Cubs.
Jimenez remains day-to-day with a mild sprain of his right foot. He's unlikely to play again before the regular season ends Sunday, but his participation in the playoffs may not be threatened. Adam Engel will continue to be the left fielder in his absence.
Jimenez is considered day-to-day with a mild right foot sprain, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Jimenez left Thursday's game with the injury, which was originally called right foot soreness. Adam Engel starts in left field Friday. The White Sox have clinched a playoff berth but are still fighting with the Twins for the AL Central title, and they don't want to rush Jimenez back before he's ready simply for seeding purposes. As a result, he isn't expected to play at any point this weekend, per Scott Merkin of MLB.com.
Jimenez (foot) will sit Friday against the Cubs.
Jimenez left Thursday's game against Cleveland with a sore right foot. He'll miss the chance to face the team that traded him away as a prospect back in 2017 on this occasion, though it's possible he returns over the weekend.
Jimenez left Thursday's game against the Indians with right foot soreness and will be further evaluated Friday.
Jimenez appeared to be dealing with some sort of discomfort in his lower body before exiting in the seventh, and it's been confirmed that he was experiencing soreness in his foot. The full extent of the issue should be revealed Friday, but for the time being, the outfielder can be considered day-to-day.
Jimenez was removed from Thursday's game against the Indians due to apparent lower-body discomfort, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Per Fegan, Jimenez appeared hobbled after running the bases in the top of the seventh. He jogged out to left field in the bottom half of the inning, but the White Sox ultimately decided to replace him with Adam Engel. Given that he seemed to want to stay in the game, the injury doesn't appear to be too serious. More about the extent of the issue should be known after the game.
Jimenez came up hobbling after beating out an infield single during Monday's 7-4 loss to Cleveland, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Ramirez stayed in the game after some mild discomfort. "He said he felt like he pinched his knee a little bit," manager Rick Renteria said. "He said he was 100 percent fine. Sometimes you can step on the bag and just irritate it a little." The slugging outfielder finished with three hits in four at-bats, including his 14th home run.
Jimenez went 2-for-4 with a homer and two RBI in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Tigers.
Jimenez launched his 13th home run of the season in the fourth inning to give the White Sox a 2-1 lead. He later drove in another run with a groundout in the fifth. The second-year outfielder is slashing .301/.337/.590 in 184 plate appearances.
Jimenez went 3-for-4 with a double, a walk, one run scored and one RBI on Saturday against the Tigers.
Jimenez tallied three of Chicago's 19 hits in an offensive barrage Saturday. He doubled in a run in the opening inning and came around to score after reaching base on a single two frames later. Jimenez has hit four doubles and one home run during his modest five-game hitting streak. Overall, he's hitting .296/.333/.574 with 12 home runs, 23 runs scored and 34 RBI across 180 plate appearances.
Jimenez went 2-for-4 with a home run in Friday's 4-3 win over the Tigers.
Jimenez bailed out the White Sox, who were down 3-0 and being no-hit entering the bottom of the sixth inning. The American League's best offense scratched out a run before Jimenez launched a three-run homer, and three relievers closed out the win. The blast was Jimenez's 12th, though just his first in his last 12 games.
Jimenez went 3-for-5 with an RBI double and a run scored in Friday's 7-4 win over the Royals.
Jimenez got aboard with a single in the second inning and eventually scored on a Nick Madrigal single. In the seventh, Jimenez added insurance with a double to plate Luis Robert. Jimenez has racked up 11 homers, 29 RBI, 20 runs scored and a .292/.327/.569 slash line through 37 games this season.
Jimenez went 2-for-4 with a walk, a two-run homer and a second run scored in Friday's 6-5 win over the Royals.
Jimenez unloaded on a Danny Duffy offering, sending it 452 feet over the wall in the fifth inning for his 11th homer. The outfielder extended his hitting streak to eight games and has four homers in the last seven.
Jimenez went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer, an additional run scored and a walk during Wednesday's 10-3 win over the Pirates.
The 23-year-old twisted his ankle while celebrating Lucas Giolito's no-hitter Tuesday, but he returned to action with no issues Wednesday. Jimenez now has a seven-game hit streak in which he is 13-for-28 with three home runs, three doubles, six runs and seven RBI.
Jimenez (ankle) will start in left field and will bat fifth Wednesday against the Pirates.
Jimenez enjoyed another productive showing the dish in Tuesday's 4-0 win (2-for-4 with a double and an RBI), but the twisted ankle he suffered while celebrating teammate Lucas Giolito's no-hitter after the game cast some doubt on his availability for the remainder of the series. After being checked out by the White Sox's training staff early Wednesday, Jimenez looks to have avoid a significant injury, as he'll be cleared to make a 17th straight start in left field. Assuming he makes it out of Wednesday's came no worse for the wear, Jimenez will get some much-needed time to rest Thursday, when the White Sox have an open date in their schedule.
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