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Mariners Moose Tracks, 6/16/21: Negro Leagues, Tyler Glasnow, and Nick Madrigal

Good morning everybody! Alright, here’s some links for you today. Things were supposed to improve for minor leaguers following the contraction of 40 teams. Evidently not. Official sources such as Baseball-Reference have now included Negro Leagues players as a part of their MLB database, allowing fans to more accurately line up Negro Leagues statistics with today’s MLB players.
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White Sox rule out Nick Madrigal for 2021, but Eloy JIménez is in play

The White Sox’s late-season roster picture gained some clarity over the past couple days, for better or for worse. In the loss column, the White Sox officially declared Nick Madrigal done for the season. He underwent surgery to repair the proximal tendon tears in his right hamstring, eliminating his chances of returning in 2021. That seemed to be the most likely outcome based on the tenor of Rick Hahn’s comments, although everybody involved waited a few days before confirming the course.
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Nick Madrigal to miss rest of 2021 season

White Sox second baseman Nick Madrigal underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair the proximal tendon tears in his right hamstring. The procedure was performed by Drs. Nik Verma and Shane Nho at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Madrigal will miss the remainder of the 2021 season, but he is expected to be without restrictions by spring 2022.
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White Sox 2B Nick Madrigal out for season after hamstring surgery

White Sox second baseman Nick Madrigal “underwent successful surgery to repair the proximal tendon tears in his right hamstring,” the club announced Tuesday. He’ll be out for the season and is expected to be restriction-free in spring 2022. Madrigal’s injury was known to be potentially season-ending last week, as he was placed on the 60-day IL.
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Chicago White Sox: Nick Madrigal is done for the season

(Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images) Nick Madrigal was a draft pick that stunned a lot of Chicago White Sox fans. He was the slap-hitting second baseman that didn’t really have a whole lot of power. He did, however, have great contact ability and Gold Glove potential. Well, his Major League career got off on the right foot as he looked to be everything he was supposed to be.
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Nick Madrigal Undergoes Surgery, Out for Season

This afternoon, the White Sox announced that second baseman Nick Madrigal underwent surgery on his torn right hamstring. The surgery was successful, but Madrigal will not make another appearance for the 2021 White Sox. Madrigal is expected to return to action, without restrictions, next spring. In 215 plate appearances in...
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Nick Madrigal has season-ending surgery on his torn hamstring. ‘It’s a way to put it behind him and start fresh,’ Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa says.

Teammates dumped water and Gatorade on Nick Madrigal after the Chicago White Sox second baseman delivered the game-winning hit April 24 against the Texas Rangers. The double to right came on a two-strike pitch, a situation in which Madrigal has been particularly effective. The Sox will be without Madrigal’s production for the rest of the season after he underwent surgery Tuesday to repair his ...
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White Sox get brutal injury update on second baseman Nick Madrigal

Awful news has come in for the Chicago White Sox, as stud second baseman Nick Madrigal has been ruled out for the rest of the season. The worst fears have arrived for Chicago White Sox fans when it comes to standout second baseman Nick Madrigal. Earlier this month, Madrigal went down with a serious hamstring injury, but the hope was that he’d be able to return potentially this fall. However, that won’t be the case.