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The last day of the 2022 season was a rough one for Davis Martin. The Chicago White Sox' righty got roughed up for nine runs across 1.2 innings before exiting with right biceps soreness.

The Minnesota Twins pounced on Martin for six runs in the first inning. The 25-year-old didn't fare much better in the second as he allowed three more runs. After retiring Jake Cave for the second out of the frame, Martin appeared to be in discomfort on the mound.

He talked with trainers and coaches before tossing a warmup pitch. But acting manager Miguel Cairo didn't want to push Martin and called upon Vince Velasquez to take the mound.

It's a bitter end to an otherwise solid 2022 season for Davis Martin, who split time between the Chicago White Sox and Triple-A Charlotte. Entering Wednesday, he had a 3.65 ERA, 1.184 WHIP, and 47 strikeouts across 61.2 innings at the MLB level.

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