Tim Anderson is one of the most exciting and energetic young players in all of baseball.
He has already won a batting title, an All-Star, and a Silver Slager award.
He is hitting .365 this season and is proving to be a dangerous hitter and hard out.
He has provided a spark to the Chicago White Sox lineup since his debut.
White Sox manager Tony La Rusa spoke kindly about his star shortstop and how important it was for him to have the opportunity to watch the game.
The White Sox tweeted a graphic of Anderson with comments from La Rousseau.
TA7 is something special. pic.twitter.com/UxtagV4paE
– Chicago White Sox (whitesox) May 24, 2022
La Rusa praises Anderson
Anderson is definitely a special ball player.
He has got a unique skill and can do almost everything on a baseball field.
He quickly turned himself into the best pure hitter of today’s game.
You can bet that La Rusa is proud to have such a talented player on its roster.
Anderson brings some of the extra energy that every big-league team needs.
He also has an attraction for some great bat flips.
La Rusa has always been a tough guy as a manager, but he is also the one to compliment his players when he appreciates what he does day in and day out.
He shared similar compliments for boys like Albert Pujols and Yadiar Molina, two boys who played under him with the St. Louis Cardinals.
La Rusa knows a particular player when he sees one, and Anderson certainly fits that mold.
He is a man who works day in and day out and accepts the sacrifices needed to become a great baseball player.