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White Sox Right-Handed Pitcher Will Have Tommy John Surgery

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The Chicago White Sox have announced that they moved pitcher Jesse Scholtens to the 60-day IL. Scholtens will undergo Tommy John Surgery on Friday. He will miss the entire 2024 season. Jesse Scholtens was going to be used as a depth starting pitcher, but unfortunately, he will be out for a long time.

Jesse Scholtens is 29-years-old. He has played for just two teams in his MLB career. The San Diego Padres and the Chicago White Sox. Scholtens made his debut in 2020 with the Padres and pitched for the White Sox in 2023.

It's been an up and down career for Jesse Scholtens. In 2023, Scholtens made 26 appearances at the MLB level. He pitched 85.0 innings, 5.29 ERA, 58 SO, and a 1.53 WHIP.

The Chicago White Sox will have to look at all choices to replace Jesse Scholtens. Scholtens will have to recover the whole regular season and into the off-season. Hopefully Jesse Scholtens can have a smooth recovery and be ready for the 2025 season.

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