Jose Abreu: Left foot is ‘good’ after second-straight foul

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White Sox first baseman fouled a ball off his left foot in consecutive days. (AP)

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jose Abreu will not play Wednesday after fouling a ball off his left foot for the second-straight day. But the White Sox first baseman said his off day is not because of any injury.

“I’m good, I’m good,” he said through a translator.” I don’t feel anything. it’s just baseball — two fouls in two days. I feel good. I feel good.”

Abreu did not wear a brace for the first two at-bats Tuesday. He put one on for the third — and then fouled the pitch between the pads on the brace.

Here’s a look at the White Sox lineup for Wednesday’s 3:05 p.m. home game against the Padres and lefty starter Drew Pomeranz:

  1. CF Adam Eaton
  2. 2B Brett Lawrie
  3. 3B Todd Frazier
  4. RF Avisail Garcia
  5. 1B Travis Ishikawa
  6. LF Jerry Sands
  7. C Dioner Navarro
  8. SS Tyler Saladino
  9. DH Leury Garcia


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