81 RBIs Choi Hyung-woo’s collarbone fracture is hopeless in the season

Choi Hyung-woo suffered a left shoulder injury in a match against KT Wiz at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 24th, stepping on first base and falling heavily on the ground.

It was an attack in the bottom of the seventh inning, trailing 0-1. He appeared as a leadoff hitter and hit a hit to the second baseman who played shift defense. Opposing second baseman Park Kyung-soo dropped a strong ball without catching it. Choi Hyung-woo sprinted toward first base because it was gradually a situation. 스포츠토토

Park Kyung-soo quickly caught the ball and sprayed the ball to first base. KT’s first baseman Park Byung-ho rushed to the base to receive the throw and reached out. At the moment, Choi Hyung-woo stepped on the base with his right foot and his left foot was caught near Park Byung-ho’s calf, and he collapsed on the ground.

He was lying on the ground for a long time and enduring the pain. The waiting ambulance entered the ground and carried Choi Hyung-woo to a club-designated hospital (Sunhan Hospital) for X-RAY imaging checkups.

The examination revealed a sudden finding. He was diagnosed with a fracture of the left collarbone. Choi Hyung-woo will move to Seoul on the 25th and undergo a re-examination at Sejong Orthopedic Clinic. Rehabilitation period comes out depending on the results of the examination. However, the season is hopeless as opinions are expected to be at least three weeks.

KIA’s leadoff and main shortstop Park Chan-ho left due to ligament damage to the fourth finger of his left hand. Na Sung-beom, the OPS 1.098 main catcher, then ended the season early due to damage to his left thigh hamstring while running. As Choi Hyung-woo, who scored 81 RBIs as a troubleshooter from the opening, collapsed due to injury, KIA’s batting line is actually on the verge of collapse.

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