Lee Jung-hoo of the San Francisco Giants was ruled out for the third consecutive game.

Lee Jung-hoo was not on the starting list for the home game against the Cincinnati Reds at Oracle Park on the 12th (Korea time).

Excluded from starting for three consecutive games. He has not played since he was hit with his left foot by a foul ball he hit during the last away game in Colorado.

Earlier, the “San Francisco Chronicle” said Lee Jung-hoo would take another day off the previous day, but he was excluded from the starting lineup until the game.

The San Francisco Giants announced the lineup of left-hander Nick Rodolo on the day, with Tyro Estrada (second baseman), La Monte Wade Jr. (first baseman), Patrick Bailey (catcher), Wilmer Flores (designated hitter), Heliot Ramos (right fielder), Matt Chapman (third baseman), Michael Conforto (left fielder), Casey Schmidt (striker), and Tyler Fitzgerald (center fielder). Rookie Mason Black will take the mound.

There were also transfers of players. Outfielder Austin Slater, who had been replaced after suffering a concussion after hitting the fence in the middle of a game the previous day, was placed on the seven-day concussion injured list.

Brett Weisley was called up. Acquired through a trade with the Tampa Bay Rays in November 2022, he played in 51 big league games last season, batting .175 with an on-base percentage .231 with an slugging percentage of 0.267.

He played in 32 games for Triple-A Sacramento this season, recording a batting average of 0.311 on-base percentage of 0.403 with a slugging percentage of 0.487 with four homers and 14 RBIs.안전놀이터

Some players have returned. Catcher Patrick Bailey, who was on the injured list on Tuesday due to a concussion, has returned. Catcher Jackson Ritz went back to Triple-A Sacramento.

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