The white team announced that second baseman Nick Madrigal He is on the injured list for 60 days with an outfielder torn right hamstring. Brian Goodwin was selected to join the roster of 40 people in his place. Off-season surgery is possible for Madrigal, general manager Rick Hahn told reporters (including James Fegan of the Athletic). Madrigal has had one and partial torn hamstring, according to Hahn. Who said the club would decide on a course of action for rehab in about a week.
Madrigal left the game last night after coming up crippled while running to first base on the ground. Although apparently there is still hope he can avoid surgery and return this season. His immediate position in 60 days in IL shows that even the best of circumstances involves months of absence. He will not be eligible to return until the second week of August. Nor will the team place Madrigal directly in 60-day IL if there is a chance he can recover faster.
Madrigal, former top 5 draft picks and acclaimed prospects (If there is a slight split), Madrigal has made a strong start to his Major League career. The tiny infielder made his MLB debut last July. And he has proven to be a highly productive player since then. Madrigal has made 324 appearances in the past two years. and combined to make statistics .317/.358/.406 (116 wRC+)
Madrigal is quite superior in modern games. Which is skewed into three real-life style of play. The 24-year-old has little strength and little walking. But he is one of the best players in the game. His 7.9% drop-off rate this season is the second-lowest out of 142 finalists (only Kevin Newman Overall, Madrigal’s offbeat approach has worked well, as he averages high enough balls to be an attacking player. Being strong even without strength
He became a frequent third-generation White Sox stint to IL protracted left fielder. Eloy Jimenez Not playing this season after chest compressions in spring training. His initial diagnosis called for four to five months of absence from work. So it’s possible he’ll be back sometime in August or September. Louis Robert He was admitted to IL at the beginning of May for hip muscle stiffness. Robert’s injury forced him to stop playing baseball entirely for three to four months. Therefore, it is unclear whether he will be able to return this season.
Despite these injuries, the South Siders found themselves in a good spot in the points table. At 37-24, Chicago led AL Central by four games over the Redskins. The FanGraphs gave the team an 83.1% chance of winning the Division One day. Madrigal’s injury lowered the odds slightly. But their strong roster and leadership gave them room to breathe.
That figure eases the urgency of finding a second base outside the organization. At least if further testing reveals that Madrigal could return later in the year if the White Sox looks for an external upgrade. Adam Frazier (pirate) Jonathan Schoop (tiger) and Josh Harrison (National) is one of those second base talent players who may find themselves in the market before the July 30 deadline. Lori Garcia and Danny Mendic Destined to be a key figure in Chicago
Goodwin signed a minor agreement last month, the 30-year-old has a slash line of .250/.317/.455. That’s useful in five MLB seasons and can play all three outfield positions. Since joining the organization, Goodwin has scored .244/.316/.395 in 95 appearances with Triple-A Charlotte.