Josh Harrison was not in the starting lineup for the second straight game Friday as Chicago White Sox began a three-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays.
But the second baseman said his back is feeling “a lot better,” and if he had his way he would be back Saturday.
“A little unfortunate, but that’s a part of baseball, a part of what we do,” Harrison said Friday, referring to the injury. “We’ve got a deep team. Better safe than sorry. I’d rather (it be) a day or two thing as opposed to something being extended. We have a good team, and that’s what good teams do — we rely on each other.”
Harrison exited Wednesday’s game against the Seattle Mariners with lower back stiffness. He was lifted for Danny Mendick before the top of the eighth inning.
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