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Lee Jung-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants) was injured while defending in the top of the first inning in the 2024 MLB Cincinnati Reds match at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, on the 13th (Korea time).

Lee Jung-hoo, who failed to play after being bruised by a foul ball against the Colorado Rockies on the 9th, returned to the center field after four games.

With the bases loaded with two outs in the top of the first inning, center fielder Lee Jung-hoo, who was chasing Jaymer Candelario’s home run, jumped to catch the ball but collapsed after colliding with the fence.

The ball hit the top of the fence and fell to the ground, while all three runners made home runs. It was Candelario’s three-run double.

Lee Jung-hoo, who complained of shoulder pain, was replaced immediately by Tyler Fitzgerald.

Lee Jung-hoo’s batting average, which did not play a single at-bat, remained at 0.262.

Lee Jung-hoo, who was examined immediately, was diagnosed with a sprained left shoulder.
He avoided the worst, such as fractures or muscle fractures, but is unlikely to be able to play for the time being.

MLB.COM said, “As Lee Jung-hoo is more likely to join the injured list (IL), San Francisco will be able to put prospect Marco Luciano on the roster.”

San Francisco won 6-5 with Casey Schmidt’s walk-off hit in the 10th inning of extra time.

Kim Ha-sung (28, San Diego Padres) was out of the game after being hit by an opposing pitcher’s pitch.

Kim Ha-sung, who started the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Petco Park in San Diego, California as the ninth hitter, was hit on the back of his left hand by a sinker on the body of Dodgers starter Walker Buehler at 94.4 miles per hour (about 152 kilometers) in the fourth inning with one out and runners on first and second bases.

Kim Ha-sung, who had been receiving first aid from a trainer for a while in pain, walked out to first base for now, and went back to the dugout after being thrown out at second base when subsequent batter Luis Araes hit an infield grounder.

However, due to severe pain, he handed over the shortstop position to Tyler Wade at the start of the fifth inning and was replaced.

Kim Ha-sung, who previously stepped down with a fly ball in the second inning, finished the game with one hitless ball in one at-bats, and his batting average for the season fell slightly from 0.209 to 0.208.

Fortunately, tests showed that major injuries were avoided.

San Diego manager Mike Shildt said in an interview with local reporters after the game that Kim Ha-sung was tested negative for X-ray.

San Diego, without Kim Ha-sung, won 4-0 and ended three consecutive games with the district rival Dodgers with two wins and one loss and a winning series (at least two wins out of three consecutive games).

San Diego, which was inferior to the Dodgers with four wins and nine losses last season, has already surpassed last year’s multiplier with five wins and three losses this season.

San Diego starter Yu Darvish made the Dodgers’ “nuclear batting line” a warhead-less missile with two hits, one walk and seven strikeouts in seven innings.

Dodgers starter Buehler, who played his second game after undergoing elbow surgery, had five hits, two walks, two strikeouts and three runs in three ⅓ innings, taking his first loss of the season without completing the fifth inning in two consecutive games.먹튀검증

Buehler left three runs in four innings in his return match against the Miami Marlins on the 7th.

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