Chicago White Sox great Minnie Minoso was hospitalized after a fall from his boat, officials said Saturday.
Team spokesperson Scott Reifert confirmed Minoso was "pulled from the water [Friday] and taken to St. Joseph Hospital for tests."
The team talked with the 88-year-old baseball legend Saturday and Minoso reportedly said he is "feeling fine."
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Reifert said Minoso will likely stay hospitalized for one more day to run more tests. He is expected to be released tomorrow.
Minoso is a fan favorite, and the first Cuban to play for the South Siders.
A nine-time All-Star outfielder and Gold Glove winner, he debuted at Comiskey Park in 1951 and played in parts of four decades with the team.