NC catcher’s ocular fever, 3-week diagnosis of partial adductor tear → 1st team invite removed

NC Dinos catcher Ahn Joong-yeol was excluded from the first team entry.

The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO)토토사이트 announced the status of registration and cancellation of first-team entries on the 28th. There are no registered players, and a total of 5 players have been canceled.

The most notable name is, of course, An Joong-yeol. During the home game against the LG Twins held at Changwon NC Park on the 27th, he felt unwell while sprinting to first base, and was replaced by Kim Hyung-jun in the beginning of the 5th inning.

At the time, an official from the NC club explained, “Ahn Joong-yeol was replaced due to discomfort in the right adductor muscle during the base run at the end of the 4th inning, and he is receiving icing treatment.” On the 28th, NC announced through the club’s official SNS (social network service) that “Ahn Jung-yeol was diagnosed with damage to the adductor muscle for 3 weeks as a result of the examination and moved to rehabilitation center.”

While main catcher Park Se-hyeok, who is staying in the 2nd team, is undergoing catch ball and weight training while undergoing rehabilitation treatment for tendinitis in his left wrist, Park Dae-on and Kim Hyeong-jun are expected to take charge of the home room for the time being.

SSG Landers infielder Choi Jun-woo was also notified of the second division. Choi Jun-woo, who stayed in the first team for over two months after registering with the first team on June 14, gave strength to the infield as a backup agent. His performance this season was 15 hits in 55 at-bats in 35 games, a batting average of 0.273 and 6 RBIs. 

However, Choi Jun-woo played as a pinch hitter in his most recent match against the Doosan Bears in Jamsil on the 26th, and withdrew without any significant performance. In the top of the ninth inning, when the team was leading 7-5, he touched Choi Won-joon’s first ball with one out and bases loaded, and withdrew with a double stroke, swallowing regret.

KT Wiz outfielder Kim Byung-joon, who was in his second year as a pro, also went down to the second group. After joining the first team on June 9, he was canceled from the entry in one day and promised the next one. On the 14th of last month, he participated in the Futures All-Star Game and recorded 3 hits, 1 RBI, 1 run and 1 walk in 4 at-bats, leaving a strong impression on the fans. He was the only Southern All-Star with three hits and even won the Outstanding Hitter Award.

Finally, Kim Byeong-jun, who was registered as an entry on the 19th, achieved his dream of debuting in the first team, and played in three games before Busan Lotte Giants on the 26th. However, he had to postpone his first hit in his debut to the next opportunity as he went 0-for-2 in at-bats.

Samsung Lions catcher Kim Jae-seong and pitcher Lee Sang-min also headed to the second team. Kim Jae-seong was eliminated for the first time since joining the first team on June 3rd. He stepped on the ground mainly as a substitute, but this season, he was sluggish with 16 hits in 80 at bats and 6 RBIs with a batting average of 0.200 and 6 RBIs in 43 games.

Lee Sang-min is recording an average ERA of 8.83 this season in 22 games, 17⅓ innings, 2 wins, 1 loss, 1 hold, and in his most recent appearance against Daegu Kiwoom Heroes on the 27th, he allowed hits against all 3 batters and came down the mound with 3 runs. . In the end, he decided to take time to reorganize in the 2nd division.

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