White Sox assistant Gellinger hospitalized in Baltimore

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DETROIT – After blacking out and suffering trauma to a vertebrae from a fall in his hotel room on Wednesday, White Sox assistant hitting coach Mike Gellinger remained hospitalized at a Baltimore hospital on Saturday.

Gellinger, a 1982 graduate of Fremd High School in Palatine and Southern Illinois University, was a manager in the White Sox minor league system and has served in various capacities on the White Sox staff.

The cause of the blackout was not known. Gellinger, 47, is known to be in excellent physical shape.

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