"I feel all right now. I dived trying to get the ball, and I tweaked my wrist. They checked it, but I'm OK. I don't have a fracture, and I feel good," said Cabrera through White Sox interpreter Billy Russo. "When I hit the grass, I hit it with my wrist. It's nothing serious, and that's good."
Cabrera hoped to play in Sunday's series finale at Progressive Field.
"I have to come tomorrow early to get treatment," Cabrera said. "It's day by day. If I feel good tomorrow to play, I want to play."
The .286 average for Cabrera leads the White Sox.
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