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Surprised injury’ hit by fielder’s throw…Joining the squad, swelling and headaches are ‘still’
Pitcher Chase Silses (23, Los Angeles Angels), who was hit in the head by a throw during the game, returned to the squad.
MLB Dotcom, the official website of Major League Baseball (MLB), said on the 28th (Korea Standard Time) that Silses, who was hit in the head during the transportation process, was discharged after being treated at a local hospital. I returned to the baseball stadium, but I am still suffering from swelling and headaches,’ he said. Silses started in the away game of the New York Mets on the 27th and suffered an “absurd injury” in the fourth inning. During the defense, first baseman Trey Cavage’s throw to third base hit the head directly. Silses, who fell on the ground as his hat was taken off, was out of the game after checking his trainer. He was not immediately on the injured list (IL), but the club continues to monitor his physical condition
Angels manager Phil Nevin warned, “We have avoided serious situations, but we should always be careful about head injuries.” Silses had four wins, one loss and a 4.10 ERA in 15 games (7 starts) this season. Recently, he took a chance as a starting pitcher, but due to an unexpected injury, he had a break.
MLB Dotcom predicted, “If Silses fails to start, the Angels can operate a five-man rotation with Griffin Canning, Lucas Giolito, Tyler Anderson, Reed Detmers, and Patrick Sandoval.” 토토