By Bruce Levine–

GLENDALE, Ariz. (670 The Score) —  White Sox minor league outfielder Micker Adolfo will miss at least six weeks with a sprain of the UCL in his right elbow and a strain of the flexor tendon in the same arm, general manager Rick Hahn announced Friday.

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Adolfo, 21, complained of soreness in the elbow and an MRI revealed the injury. He’s rated as the White Sox’s No. 14 prospect by MLB.com

“He is out today seeking a second opinion,” Hahn said. “We do not yet have a plan for him moving forward. In the coming days, we will. As we sit here now there is a decent chance that rehab will allow him an ample time to heal. If that does not work, surgery is an option at some point. We are not there yet.”

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Adolfo had a fracture to the knuckle of his pinkie finger last August but had made a full recovery in the offseason.

Adolfo had a breakout last season, hitting .264 with 16 home runs and 64 RBIs at Class-A Kannapolis.

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Bruce Levine covers the Cubs and White Sox for 670 The Score. Follow him on Twitter @MLBBruceLevine.