CLEVELAND, Ohio – Former Oregon State second baseman and current Chicago White Sox Minor League prospect Nick Madrigal has been named to the American League roster for the 2019 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.
The annual Futures Game is slated to be played on Sunday, July 7 at Cleveland’s Progressive Field. It can be seen live on the MLB Network beginning at 4 p.m. PT.
Madrigal was selected to the club in the midst of an outstanding 2019 campaign. He’s currently at Double-A Birmingham, where he is batting .377 with three doubles, a triple and eight runs batted in over 18 games. He is also 9-for-13 in stolen base attempts.
The Elk Grove, Calif., native earned a promotion to Birmingham after 49 games at Single-A Winston Salem, where he batted .272 with 10 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 27 RBI. He has combined for just seven strikeouts in 57 games between the two teams, and has walked 24 times.
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Madrigal becomes the third Oregon State player to appear at the MLB Futures Game, following Jacoby Ellsbury (2007) and Michael Conforto (2015). The Futures Game features the best MLB prospects playing in the minor leagues.
Madrigal was selected fourth overall by the White Sox in the 2018 MLB Draft, which at the time was the highest selection in school history. He concluded his career as a two-time All-American and as the Pac-12 Conference’s 2017 Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. He was also named the conference’s Freshman of the Year in 2016 and earned three Pac-12 First-Team honors in three seasons as a Beaver.
Madrigal is sixth in Oregon State history with a .361 career batting average and he is tied for third with 11 triples, seventh with 221 hits, tied for eighth with 40 doubles and tied for 10th with 39 stolen bases. He also drove in 103 runs and drew 58 walks while striking out 37 times.