White Sox Star Shortstop Worked To "Restore Swing Mechanics" This Offseason

According to multiple reports, Chicago White Sox' Tim Anderson, the 29-year-old shortstop, visited Driveline Baseball during the offseason to restore his swing mechanics.
Anderson explained that he was struggling to regain his swing after a month-long absence in May due to a right groin strain. As a result, he underwent several assessments at Driveline to reintegrate his legs into his swing and start driving the ball again.

Anderson had a disappointing season last year in the power category, for his standards, finishing with just six home runs in 351 plate appearances, which was a career-low for him. However, he still slashed a strong .301/.339/.395 line with 25 RBIs, 13 stolen bases and 50 runs scored over 79 games.

Since the 2019 season, the twenty-nine-year-old holds a sparkling .318/.347/.474 triple-slash line, with 51 home runs, 163 RBIs, 53 stolen bases and 270 runs scored across 374 games played.

Expect him to regain his normal form this season, barring any more injuries.
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