Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson will finish the year with a .309 batting average. It will be the third consecutive year in which Anderson has accomplished the feat. Entering the final game of the season, Anderson already pretty much sealed the deal. Per James Fegan of The Athletic, he would have had to go 0-15 in order to finish the season below the .300 mark.
Tim Anderson made his first All-Star appearance this year and will also finish the season with a career-high in runs scored. The 28-year-old shortstop also played hero in the inaugural Field of Dreams game, hitting a walk-off home run against the New York Yankees.
Overall, it was yet another impressive regular season from the White Sox shortstop. The Sox will enter the postseason on Thursday and will look for more magic from the bat of Tim Anderson.