Tony La Russa drives Yermin Mercedes to early retirement

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Chicago White Sox rookie Yermin Mercedes has shockingly announced that he is walking away from the baseball game on Wednesday night.

At the start of the 2021 season, Chicago White Sox fans were enamored with rookie slugger Yermin Mercedes’ game because he had the ability to send baseballs out of stadiums while in the batter’s box. But sadly, his career has seemingly ended before he even started.

After being demoted to Triple-A Charlotte earlier this month, Mercedes announced on Instagram that he was walking away from the game of baseball “for a while.” The photo of Mercedes’ post contains two words: “it’s over.”

In 68 games with the White Sox this season, Mercedes cut .271/.328/.404 while noting seven homeruns, 37 RBI, 26 runs scored and 65 hits.

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