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Alejandro De Aza Injury: White Sox Center Fielder Out Until At Least Monday

The Chicago White Sox will be without their speedy center fielder for at least one more game, according the The Chicago Tribune. CF Alejandro De Aza was on the bench Saturday night against the Texas Rangers with CF Jordan Danks starting in his place.

The 28-year-old De Aza is struggling with a sprained left wrist and will not be back sooner than Monday, according to the Trib, but even then, he and the White Sox will play the injury rehabilitation by ear:

"It still bothers me a little bit, but (it's) better," De Aza said. "We'll see (Saturday) after treatment. We'll see how we are doing."

De Aza currently sports a .278/.345/.402 slash with 18 steals and only 8 caught stealing. In his first season as the full-time center fielder for the White Sox, he has compiled 2.4 wins above replacement through only 432 PA.

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