Lee Jung-hoo dislocated shoulder, Kim Ha-sung simply bruised

Lee Jung-hoo was injured in the game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on the 9th (Korea time) after being hit by a foul ball he hit on his left foot. He was unable to play due to a bruised foot. Coach Bob Melvin was considerate of Lee Jung-hoo to recover as much as possible, and Lee Jung-hoo returned to the starting lineup at the home game against Cincinnati at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 13th.

Lee Jung-hoo was back on the field after four games. However, he failed to bat at bat. He was injured while playing defense in the top of the first inning. With the bases loaded with one out, Lee flew to deal with a hit by Jamer Candelario. After hitting the fence strongly, Lee fell down to the ground. Having failed to stand up for a while, Lee got up thanks to the support of the coaching staff.

After holding onto his left shoulder, Lee was no longer able to play. Eventually, he exited the stadium after being replaced by Tyler Fitzgerald.

The injury was worse than expected. Initially, the San Francisco Giants announced that Lee’s shoulder was inflamed, but after the game, Melvin said, “Lee’s shoulder is dislocated. We plan to take magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) soon,” and reported that Lee suffered a dislocated shoulder. If the shoulder is dislocated, an organ dislocation is inevitable.

The official major league website MLB.com said, “Lee Jung-hoo, holding onto his shoulder, couldn’t get up for several minutes. Fellow outfielders Mike Yastremski and Heliot Ramos quickly called for a trainer. After being helped by the coaching staff, Lee left the stadium. Manager Melvin said, “Lee will have an MRI exam on Wednesday.”

Melvin also expressed concern over Lee’s physical condition. “Lee is not in a very good condition. I felt bad when I fell against the wall and couldn’t get up,” Melvin told local reporters after the game.

With Lee Jung-hoo out due to injury, San Francisco defeated Cincinnati after a close game. With the score tied at 5-5, Case Schmidt hit an RBI double to left-center field in the bottom of the 10th inning with two outs and runners on first and second base, ending the game.

San Diego (22-21) 4-0 LA Dodgers (27-15)

Kim Ha-sung of the San Diego Padres started as ninth batter and shortstop in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Petco Park in San Diego on Sunday local time. However, he was replaced after playing only two at-bats. He was hit in the left wrist by a fastball thrown by Walker Buehler, the starting pitcher of the opponent team, in the fourth inning. Fortunately, he avoided serious injury. Immediately after performing an X-ray examination, he was found to have simply bruised his body.

Kim was injured in the second at-bat in the fourth inning. Kim took the batter’s box when he had a chance to score runs at the first and second bases with one out. However, he was hit in the left wrist by a 94.4 mile fastball thrown by Buehler. Kim complained of pain and ran amok. The coaching staff also rushed out of the dugout to check Kim’s condition. Kim complained of wrist discomfort, but he stood at the first base for now.

Kim Ha-sung, who continued to check his wrist even when he was lying on the ground, was forced out at the second base when his follow-up batter Ruiz Arraez hit an infield grounder. Kim was replaced before his defense in the fifth inning. After the game, Coach Mike Shildt told local reporters that his X-ray test result was negative. “Kim Ha-sung’s condition has improved a lot. We will wait and see until tomorrow,” he said, adding that Kim avoided serious injury.

Kim Ha-sung left the game, but San Diego beat the Dodgers. Starting pitcher Yu Darvish allowed two hits, one walk and seven strikeouts in seven innings. He showed off quality start plus (pitching less than three earned runs in seven innings) and completely blocked the Dodgers lineup, which is full of sluggers.

In the lineup, Fernando Tatis Jr., Jake Cronenworth, and Xander Bogaerts hit home runs and broke down the Dodgers.

Shohei Ohtani did not play. He complained of back pain in the game against San Diego on last Wednesday. “Ohtani felt a pull in his back. His condition is not serious,” Roberts said.스포츠토토

Ohtani, who felt back pain, did not show up at the game on Tuesday. Roberts said, “Ohtani will take rest at the game against San Diego. We have to wait and see how he is.”

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