What happened to Tim Anderson? White Sox star last-minutely withdrawn from Cubs game

Tim Anderson, the shortstop for the Chicago White Sox, will not be playing in Tuesday's game against the Chicago Cubs because of a late scratch. 

Anderson is experiencing neck pain and has decided to take the day off from work.

After Anderson's departure, Elvis Andrus will take over at shortstop and bat leadoff for the team. 

 Zach Remillard will be hitting ninth in the order and starting at second base for the team.

The White Sox, and Anderson in particular, will want to put this season in their rearview mirrors. 

Tim Anderson has played in 91 games and has a.240 batting average, a.285 on-base percentage, and 21 runs batted in. 

The player that concluded the 2022 season with a batting average of.301 is not even close to being this person.

Anderson is experiencing neck pain and has decided to take the day off from work.

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