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White Sox CF Luis Robert Exits Game With Groin Injury

Robert looked to be in some discomfort while running to first base in the eighth inning.

Luis Robert Injury Update Chicago White Sox
Photo: NBC Sports Chicago

Chicago White Sox centerfielder Luis Robert exited Thursday’s game early due to an apparent leg injury. Running out a groundball in the eighth inning, Robert appeared to experience some discomfort as he approached first base.

Upon returning to the dugout, trainers spoke with Robert as he sat on the bench. As the White Sox took the field in the bottom of the eighth inning, Robert exited the game. Adam Haseley slid over to centerfield and Danny Mendick entered the game in left field.

Prior to his early departure, Robert snapped an 0-21 slump at the plate. He went 2-4 with a double and a single in Thursday’s game.

After the game, Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa said Luis Robert has a minor groin strain.

RELATED: Josh Harrison Exited Wednesday’s Game Early Due To Shoulder Discomfort

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