Samsung Lions outfielder Kang Min-ho has been removed from the lineup due to finger pain while batting.
Kang Min-ho started the eighth game of the season against Lotte at Sajik Baseball Stadium in Busan on April 28 as the No. 4 designated hitter. With a 1-0 lead in the first inning, he put runners on second and third with his first sacrifice bunt of the season, setting the stage for a sacrifice fly by Oh Jae-il.
The problem came on his second at-bat in the second inning with runners on second and third to make the score 4-1. On a 1B2S, Lee In-bok fired two consecutive pitches to the body. One after the other, his bat was eaten. A bat-breaking foul followed by a grounder to third. He felt pain in his right thumb after being hit on the thin part of the bat.온라인카지노
He was replaced by Kim Dong-yeop in the third at-bat of the fifth inning.
A Samsung representative explained, “Kang Min-ho felt pain in his right thumb after hitting an eaten pitch in the second inning and was replaced for player protection.” Kang Min-ho returned to the field as a designated hitter on the 24th against SSG after missing three games due to an injury in which he was hit in the right wrist by a foul ball while fielding against Kiwoom on the 20th. Kang Min-ho, who was forced to play in the game without being fully fit, left the game again due to a ringing sound while batting, raising concerns.