DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
23 hours ago

Lawrie (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Saturday against the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Tyler Saladino will start at second base as Lawrie sits once again, but manager Robin Ventura left the door open for Lawrie to possibly come off the bench after his MRI revealed no significant damage to his hamstring. With 12 homers on the year, Lawrie is just four off his career-high total of 16 established a year ago.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
1 day ago

Manager Robin Ventura said an MRI on Lawrie's hamstring showed no real damage, the Chicago Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie missed Friday's game with the injury, but Ventura said he was hopeful he could be available for Saturday's game. Tyler Saladino would likely start at second if Lawrie remains on the bench.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
2 days ago

Lawrie (hamstring) will get his hamstring checked out Friday as he undergoes an MRI after being ruled out of the game against the Tigers, J.J. Stankevitz of CSN Chicago reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie apparently didn't feel the greatest when he arrived to the ballpark Friday, and will get the left hamstring looked at Friday. He left the game Thursday and wasn't in the lineup when the White Sox card came out earlier, as Tyler Saladino replaced him at second. This seems to signal that Lawrie's injury is worse than it was originally believed to be, and could cause him to miss extended time moving forward.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
2 days ago

Lawrie (hamstring) is not in Friday's lineup after suffering a minor hamstring injury Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie was forced to leave Thursday's contest with left hamstring tightness, and even though it is believed to be a minor injury, it should come as no surprise that the second basemen is out of the lineup Friday. He will be considered day-to-day, and Tyler Saladino will replace him in the field.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
3 days ago

Manager Robin Ventura said after Thursday's game that Lawrie's hamstring issue is believed to be minor, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie exited Thursday's game with tightness in his left hamstring, but fortunately the team doesn't believe that it's a serious injury. He is still believed to be day-to-day, and given the nature of hamstring injuries, Lawrie could get the day off Friday for precautionary reasons. If that's the case, Tyler Saladino will likely take over at second base for the White Sox.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
3 days ago

Lawrie left Thursday's game with left hamstring tightness.

EDGE Analysis

It wasn't obvious when the injury occurred, but apparently Lawrie's hamstring tightened up on him at some point which led to his departure from the game. The White Sox are listing Lawrie as day-to-day. Look for Tyler Saladino to continue filling in at second base if Lawrie is forced to miss additional time.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
3 days ago

Lawrie left the game in the fourth inning on Thursday. There was no explanation for his departure, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's not clear whether Lawrie was benched, injured or traded. Given his track record, it really could be any of the three. On the season, Lawrie has struggled at the plate, hitting .249/.311/.414 with 109 strikeouts in 350 at-bats. Tyler Saladino replaced Lawrie at second base.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
1 month ago

Lawrie went 3-for-4 with an inside-the-park homer, a solo shot, three RBI and two runs in Saturday's 10-8 loss to the White Sox.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran infielder blasted a second-inning R.A. Dickey offering to left field that bounced back onto the field after second base umpire Ted Barrett had signaled it a home run. The Blue Jays' Michael Saunders didn't bother to give chase to the ball immediately as a result, but Lawrie never stopped running, allowing him to cross the plate safely. He added a fourth-inning solo shot, making it the first time in 42 years that a White Sox player hit both an inside-the-park and over-the-wall homer in the same contest. After a mostly miserable month, Lawrie has now gone 8-for-12 with two homers and three RBI over his last three games.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
1 month ago

Lawrie went 3-for-6 with two RBI Monday in an extra-inning win over the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie had been hitting a brutal .154 in June before Monday's three-hit day. The infielder had gotten off to a strong start to the season, but has watched his batting average drop steadily since late-April. Even Lawrie's average doesn't rebound, he is well on his way to his fifth straight double-digit home run season.

DTDBrett Lawrie
2B/3B CWS
2 months ago

Lawrie is out of the lineup Sunday against the Tigers, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Lawrie has started each of the White Sox's last eight games, so this appears to be little more than a maintenance day, as the team hasn't revealed that the 26-year-old is nursing any sort of injury. In Lawrie's stead, Leury Garcia will start at second base and occupy the fifth spot in the order.