White Sox rookie Yermín Mercedes un-retires 1 day after announcing 'It's over'

White Sox rookie Yermín Mercedes un-retires 1 day after announcing 'It's over'

White Sox rookie Yermín Mercedes un-retires 1 day after announcing 'It's over' - Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later. - Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later. In April, Yermín Mercedes was one of baseball's biggest stories while riding the best hitting start in modern MLB history. On Wednesday, he abruptly announced that he's quitting baseball. The Chicago White Sox catcher posted an Instagram message reading "it's over" in large white font against a black background. It was accompanied with a message thanking God and his fans. “First of all I want to thank God for giving me life to the fans that without them I was nothing,” Mercedes wrote, per a Chicago Sun-Times translation. “To my family for understanding me and always supporting ... I walk away from baseball for a while God bless you. It’s over.” He also apologized to members of the media for "my immaturity." It's not clear what he was referencing there. Mercedes suddenly un-retires Shortly after Mercedes posted his retirement message, the White Sox announced that they hadn't received any official correspondence from him about …
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