White Sox loses Luis Robert four months after hip injury

Luis Robert of the White Sox

The Cuban Luis Robert of the White Sox, had to retire in the game against the Indians, in the first inning, after suffering a strain in one of the flexor muscles of the hip while running towards first base.

An injury that will keep you away for three to four months due to an injury to the hip muscles. The Cuban player fell to the grass after crossing first base and had to be helped to leave the diamond at Guaranteed Rate Field with the help of first-rate coach Daryl Boston and trainer James Kruk. Robert.

Chicago hopes to get the outfielder back by August, even if the less optimistic scenario didn’t play out, the White Sox could count on the player for the final month of the regular season. Robert is 51-20 with five doubles, one triple, four RBIs and seven runs scored in his last 14 games, hitting 12 of them. Chicago only has Yermin Mercedes, Adam Eaton, Andrew Vaughn and Leury Garcia as options in the meadows. Adam Engel is on the 10-day disabled list.

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