The White Sox released Delmonico (shoulder) on Monday.
Delmonico was removed from the 40-man roster after the White Sox needed to open up a spot for Monday's starting pitcher, Odrisamer Despaigne, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Charlotte. Since Delmonico is slated to miss the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery last week and wasn't likely to be tendered a contract for 2020, the organization elected to part ways with him rather than stashing him on the 7-day injured list at Charlotte.
Delmonico underwent season-ending surgery to repair the labrum in his left shoulder Thursday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Delmonico got into 21 games with the White Sox this season, hitting a disappointing .206/.265/.286. He'll be fighting for a bench role once healthy next spring.
Delmonico was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte following Sunday's game against Toronto.
Delmonico joined the big-league club April 22 but has hit just .206 with two doubles, a home run, six RBI and six runs scored across 21 contests. While the White Sox haven't announced an official corresponding move, Delmonico's demotion could make way for the activation of Eloy Jimenez (ankle).
Delmonico (shoulder) will start in left field and bat sixth Monday against the Indians.
Delmonico will check back into the lineup after a sore left shoulder prevented him from playing in Sunday's series finale with the Blue Jays. The 26-year-old has served as the White Sox's primary left fielder since his April 22 callup from Triple-A Charlotte, but has submitted a .222/.286/.333 slash line across 49 plate appearances. He could be in danger of moving into a reserve role with Charlie Tilson building a strong case for regular action.
Delmonico is out of Sunday's lineup against the Blue Jays with left shoulder soreness, Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Delmonico was on the bench after starting the last eight games, but this apparently isn't just a regular day off. The 26-year-old should be considered day-to-day while Charlie Tilson and Ryan Cordell start in the corner outfield spots Sunday.
Delmonico is out of the lineup for Sunday's series finale at Toronto.
Delmonico started the last eight games in left field with Eloy Jimenez (ankle) on the injured list and went 5-for-25 with two runs, one double and one RBI. Charlie Tilson and Ryan Cordell will start in left and right field Sunday, respectively.
Delmonico will start in left field and bat sixth Thursday against the Indians.
Following Eloy Jimenez's (ankle) placement on the injured list, Delmonico has taken over as the White Sox's regular starting left fielder against right-handed pitching. He'll stick in the lineup for the sixth straight game despite going just 3-for-16 with six strikeouts over the prior five contests.
Delmonico went 1-for-2 with a three-run, walkoff home run in Thursday's 6-4 win over the Red Sox.
With the White Sox facing left-hander David Price, the left-handed hitting Delmonico opened the game on the bench and entered as a pinch hitter for Ryan Cordell in the seventh inning, then finished up in left field. The home run was his first in his seven games played since being recalled from Triple-A Charlotte. He now has 18 career long balls in 138 major-league games. With left fielder Eloy Jimenez (ankle) on the injured list, Delmonico has an opportunity to get regular at-bats whenever the White Sox face a right-handed starter -- but that window may only last about another week.
Delmonico started in left field and went 0-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in Monday's 12-2 win over Baltimore.
Delmonico was called up when the White Sox placed Eloy Jimenez on the bereavement list. With right-hander Andrew Cashner scheduled to pitch Tuesday, the left-handed hitting Delmonico is likely to make a second straight start.
Delmonico was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte on Monday.
Delmonico will provide outfield depth for the White Sox while Eloy Jimenez (personal) is on the bereavement list. Through 17 games with the Knights this season, Delmonico owns a .286/.382/.540 slash line with three homers, 10 RBI and a stolen base. He appeared in 88 games for the White Sox last season but hit just .215/.296/.373 with eight homers.
The White Sox optioned Delmonico to Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday.
Delmonico's hopes of making the Opening Day roster may have ended after the White Sox came to terms with top prospect Eloy Jimenez on a six-year, $43 million contract earlier in the week, likely ensuring that the 22-year-old will break camp with the big club. Prior to getting cut, Delmonico had missed time this spring due to a concussion, but he recently returned to the Cactus League lineup and should be ready to play on a regular basis once the International League season commences.
Delmonico (concussion) will serve as the White Sox's designated hitter and will bat cleanup in Monday's Cactus League game against the White Sox.
Delmonico will check back into the lineup for the first time since March 7 after passing through all phases of the MLB's concussion protocol. The White Sox won't expose him to defensive work just yet, but expect Delmonico to see some action in the outfield before the Cactus League schedule winds down. The 26-year-old still appears in decent shape to crack the White Sox's Opening Day roster.
Delmonico (concussion) could return as a designated hitter Monday against the Giants, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Delmonico has been out for 10 days with a concussion after crashing into a gate to make a defensive play. He recently returned to baseball activities and could be back in the lineup soon as long as he passes concussion protocol.
Delmonico (concussion) will take part in baseball activities Friday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Delmonico suffered the concussion last week against the Brewers and has been going through workouts this week, but he had yet to be cleared for baseball activities. According to Merkin, the 26-year-old will face concussion testing after participating in baseball activities, and if all goes well he could return to game action in a few days.
Delmonico (concussion) was able to ride an exercise bike Monday and could receive full clearance for baseball activities by the weekend, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Delmonico was diagnosed with a minor concussion after colliding with the left-field fence in a Cactus League game one week earlier against the Brewers. The White Sox shut Delmonico down for the next three days before he resumed light activity Monday. The 26-year-old apparently experienced no recurrence of the concussion symptoms while biking, but he'll still have to pass through three more phases of the MLB's protocol for head injuries before being ready to rejoin the lineup.
Delmonico (concussion) was in the clubhouse for a second straight day Sunday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Delmonico is not yet ready to play in games, but his presence in the clubhouse is a positive sign.
Delmonico was officially placed in the concussion protocol Friday after exiting Thursday's game following a collision with the outfield bullpen gate, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
Delmonico needed assistance to get off the field after Thursday's scary incident, so this diagnosis is not a big surprise. The 26-year-old has no set timeline for his return as he must now clear the concussion protocol before rejoining the lineup.
Delmonico is going through the concussion protocol, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
He left Thursday's game after a nasty crash into the bullpen gate, and while he got to his feet, he was too dazed to walk off under his own power. Realistically, Delmonico is competing for a bench spot on the Opening Day roster.
Delmonico was carted off the field Thursday after running into the left-field fence/gate area against the Brewers, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The bullpen gate actually gave on him, leading to something worse than the typical collision with an outfield wall. Manny Pina ended up getting an inside-the-park home run on the play. Delmonico got to his feet but was dazed and needed the cart, so it may be a head injury.
Delmonico (shoulder) was a late addition to the starting lineup for the second half of Friday's doubleheader against the Twins, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Delmonico wasn't included in the initial lineup released by the White Sox, but he was added to the starting nine after Adam Engel was a late scratch. Delmonica appears healthy and ready to go for the final weekend of the regular season.
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