Hanwha Sanchez, who suffered a side injury, is scheduled for a detailed examination at the hospital tomorrow (11th)… “It’s not in good condition”

Hanwha Eagles Ricardo Sanchez’s regular season is in danger of ending like this.

Sanchez started the game against NC Dinos held at NC Park in Changwon on the 9th and recorded 4 hits, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts, and 4 runs (non-earned) in 4 innings. 

However, after throwing the second pitch to leadoff hitter Choi Jeong-won in the fifth inning, he complained of pain in his side and signaled to the bench. I did one practice pitch, but the situation didn’t get any better. In the end, he was ruled out due to injury. 토토사이트

First of all, Sanchez was not expunged from the first team entry. According to the Hanwha team, he will undergo a detailed examination tomorrow (11th) at the club’s designated hospital.

Coach Choi Won-ho said ahead of the Changwon NC game on the 10th, “There were a lot of pitches yesterday, so I asked for a doctor after the 4th inning. He said he would throw more because he had the strength, so he gave the OK sign. But as soon as he went up, he got injured when he faced the first batter,” he said. “For now, we have to watch the situation. We need to see if the side is torn or if there are other injuries. “But I saw it in the morning and it looks like the situation is not good.”

Sanchez entered the KBO League this year by signing a contract with Hanwha for $400,000 in April, early in the season, as a replacement for Butch Smith. As a left-handed pitcher, he had a soft landing by showing off his ability to induce fast balls and ground balls. Although he was attacked by opponents with a monotonous pitching pattern, he still showed above-average performance, raising expectations for the future. However, he suffered a side injury at the end of the regular season and the season ended like this. The current season record is 7 wins, 8 losses, and an average ERA of 3.79 in 24 games.

Meanwhile, Hanwha welcomed NC ace Eric Peddy on this day: Choi In-ho (left fielder), Moon Hyun-bin (second baseman), Noh Si-hwan (third baseman), Williams (right fielder), Chae Eun-seong (first baseman), Lee Myung-ki (designated hitter), Lee Jin-young (center fielder), Choi Jae-hoon (catcher), and Lee Do-yoon. (Shortstop) formed the starting lineup. The starting pitcher is Kim Ki-joong, who is making his fifth start. 

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