Twins’ Byron Buxton tells Eloy Jimenez to keep his head up after injury

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After Eloy Jimenez was injured in the Chicago White Sox’ game against the Minnesota Twins, Byron Buxton took the opportunity to show some support.

Unfortunately for the Chicago White Sox, yet another one of their players is dealing with a frustrating injury. Eloy Jimenez went down with an injury as he was running to first base in a game against the Minnesota Twins.

After Jimenez was hurt and was checked out on the field, he was ultimately carted off the field so that he could receive further treatment for his injuries. While he was being carted out and off the field, the Twins’ Byron Buxton made sure to show some support for Jimenez.

Check out the interaction here:

Eloy Jimenez injury: Byron Buxton shows support for Jimenez after injury

This is solid sportsmanship that should be highlighted on a regular basis. Moments like this are great to see and it’s encouraging to see this sort of connection. It’s disappointing that Jimenez is hurt and that this is yet another injury that the White Sox are having to deal with.

That said, there might be a glimmer of hope in the midst of all this. Right now, it’s not totally clear how long Jimenez will be sidelined, but it doesn’t currently appear as if he will be out for the remainder of the year.

As James Fegan points out on Twitter, Tony La Russa is hopeful that Jimenez won’t be out for the rest of the season.

So, they’re hopeful. That’s good. The injury itself sucks and the recovery isn’t going to be any fun, but maybe Jimenez will be able to get back on the field some time this year.

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