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Sports White Sox place Robert on IL because of flu-like symptoms

01:50  28 april  2021
01:50  28 april  2021 Source:   thecanadianpress.com

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CHICAGO — Outfielder Luis Robert was placed on the injured list Tuesday by the Chicago White Sox as a precaution after he reported feeling flu-like symptoms.

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General manager Rick Hahn said in a statement Robert informed the team's medical staff of the symptoms on Monday night. The team is awaiting further test results.

“Our hope is that his symptoms resolve quickly and that the testing protocols clear him to return to the active roster soon,” Hahn said.

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