The Chicago White Sox have officially activated outfielder Willy Garcia from the team’s seven-day concussion disabled list, the club formally announced on Friday afternoon. Garcia notably landed on such a list after suffering a fractured jaw that was the result of an outfield collision with White Sox second baseman Yoan Moncada. The now infamous outfield collision occurred back on July 31 while Garcia has not appeared in a regulation game for the White Sox since. The 25-year-old outfielder is currently in the midst of his first go-round of big league action, all of which has come in the “Windy City” as a member of the White Sox. Already making 40 regular-season appearances for the American League Central ball club thus far into 2017, Garcia has received a total of 93 at-bats en route to producing a .258 batting average.