White Sox tell players to ‘slow it down’ running to first

White Sox tell players to ‘slow it down’ running to first

You gained’t see the White Sox busting it out of the field, and the group is simply tremendous with that. In truth, they’re even telling their gamers to not run arduous to first base to keep away from accidents.

“We actually have 5 of the 9 guys who’re enjoying beneath coach directions that in the event that they make a routine out, they gradual it down,” supervisor Tony La Russa stated Saturday, in line with the Chicago Solar Occasions.

The White Sox at the moment have 10 gamers on the injured record, they usually have informed Andrew Vaughn, Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, AJ Pollock and Luis Robert to be further cautious.

“In case you watch intently, there are further bases we haven’t taken and you may sit them, however they’re key offensive guys,” La Russa stated. “So so long as the followers perceive it, they’re not lazy, however their legs are vital.”

White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson runs to first base.MLB Pictures through Getty Pictures

White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa appears on throughout the first inning of a sport in opposition to the Orioles.AP

Coming into the 12 months, the White Sox had excessive expectations, however they’ve but to fulfill them. Coming into Sunday they had been 4 video games beneath .500 at 33-37 and 5.5 video games behind the AL Central-leading Twins.

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