Brooklyn Cyclones outfielder Jacob Zanon suffered an injury to his right labrum on Sunday night, partially tearing it.
Zanon will miss the remainder of the 2016 season. He will rehab and is likely to spend time in the fall instructional league. Surgery is not likely for him, but if it does not heal, it will be an option.
Zanon was drafted by the New York Mets in the 15th round of the 2016 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID.
In 44 games in Brooklyn this season, Zanon had 31 hits (4th on the team) in 157 at bats, posting a .197 batting average. Zanon scored 19 runs (tied for 4th), hit 6 doubles, and a triple. Zanon drove in 18 runs, the 3rd most on the team. e also drew 21 walks, which boosted his On Base Percentage to .284 on the season.
Zanon was an amazing base stealer for Brooklyn, as he swiped 20 bases, tied for the league lead, while only being caught twice. H