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CHICAGO (CBS) — The White Sox’ Luis Robert has been cleared to go on a minor league rehab assignment – after having been out since May 2 with an injury.
Robert will head to Winston-Salem, North Carolina Wednesday.
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Robert was hurt running to first base in the first inning on Sunday, May 2, as the White Sox took on the Cleveland Indians. The White Sox say tests revealed a grade-three strain – or a complete tear of his hip-flexor muscle.
Robert said he is surprised he’s returning this soon.
Good news for #WhiteSox. Luis Robert has been cleared to begin rehab assignment. Will head to Winston-Salem Wednesday. Robert has been out since early May with torn hip flexor. He says he’s surprised he’s returning this soon. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/r3UDNPSK05
— Krista Ruch (@KristaCBS2) July 20, 2021
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