Eloy Jimenez remembered the Chicago White Sox players who participated in the opening day game against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday.
The peculiar tribute to the outfielder, due to a torn pectoral muscle, will miss the game for about six months this season, which seems to make him seem to have passed away unfortunately. Fortunately, he did not participate in the game, but the fans noticed that Chicago kept his jersey in the canoe and took it to the court with them.
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Jimenez was injured in the spring training game last month.
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The White Sox player admitted that Jimenez̵
Jose Abreu told the “Sports” on Wednesday: “It’s not like we think he can do something. “No, we know what he can do on the court. “
Luis Robert has established a friendship with Jimenez and will have high hopes for him in 2021. He told The Athletic to help him break through with Jimenez.
He said: “I am a shy person, just being with him, seeing what he does makes me more open and interacting with more people.” “He is always happy, he is always It’s smiling, it’s infectious. As a teammate, it will benefit you.”
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After entering the playoffs last season, the White Sox will have many games in 2021. Chicago is expected to compete for the title of AL Central.