Beckham was forced out of Tuesday's contest after experiencing some tightness in his left hamstring, and the ailment will hold him out Wednesday. Matt Duffy will draw the start at shortstop in his stead and bat fifth against Boston starter Rick Porcello.
Lindor almost never sits out, but the Indians will use Wednesday's day game as an opportunity to give their star shortstop a breather. Michael Martinez will get a rare start at shortstop and hit ninth Wednesday.
He was away from the team Tuesday and will miss another game Wednesday to be with his wife and newborn son. However, Semien will return for Oakland's next game Friday against the Cardinals, and figures to serve as the everyday shortstop through the end of the season. Reliever J.B. Wendelken was recalled Wednesday as a corresponding move and Chad Pinder figures to get the start at shortstop Wednesday.
Correa exited Tuesday's game due to illness, going 0-for-3 at the plate prior to departing. The ailment apparently isn't anything serious, as Correa will start at his usual shortstop spot and bat cleanup against Pittsburgh's Gerrit Cole.
Chavis, who was selected in the first round (26th overall) of the 2014 draft, repeated at Low-A Greenville in 2016 after an unspectacular 2015 with the Drive. He started this season looking like he was on a fast track to Salem, but a thumb injury blocked his momentum. Since returning from the injury, Chavis has been unable to replicate his torrid April.
Anderson has started 15 straight games for the White Sox and has been fantastic, with a .339/.387/.615 line and eight extra-base hits in that span. He still has struck out 17 times in just 56 at-bats, however, and Anderson is going to struggle to say this hot if he can't make more consistent contact.
He went 1-for-3 before exiting Tuesday. Richie Shaffer came into the game at first base, moving Brad Miller over to shortstop. Beckham should be considered day-to-day for now.
Manager A.J. Hinch suggested he pulled Correa to be sure the 21-year-old is well rested for Wednesday's 12:35 pm Eastern start. Correa went 0-for-3 with a strikeout prior to exiting the game.
He is listed on the lineup card as a reserve but Semien is not with the team Tuesday, according to Joe Stiglich of CSN California, after Semien and his wife welcomed a son into the world Monday night. The A's are expected to move Semien to the paternity list Wednesday but he should be back for Friday's series opener in St. Louis.
Tuesday will mark the fourth consecutive game that Saladino hasn't played in. The White Sox haven't indicated that their utility man will need a stint on the DL, so consider him day-to-day heading into Wednesday's game against the Phillies.