Jeong Jung-young shoulder, Son Ho-young hamstring injuries expunged, will miss All-Star Game

The fan favorite for the All-Star Game, Jung Young Chung (KIA), will miss the remainder of the first half with a sore shoulder. The fan favorite will likely miss out on the honor. Son Ho-young (LOTTE), who earned his first All-Star Game honor after a breakout season with Lotte, is also doubtful. Doosan has a large number of first-team expulsions, as Brandon Waddell and Chung Chul-won were removed from the first-team roster for different reasons, as well as players who were placed on the special roster due to a three-game doubleheader the day before.

The KBO announced the first-team rosters of 10 clubs on Thursday. No players were added to the first team on Thursday, but a total of 23 players were removed from the first team roster. Some players were removed from the first team due to injuries and other reasons, while others were moved back down to the second team to allow for normal first team roster operations, as many players were registered as special entries for the previous day’s doubleheader. As a result, 23 players were removed from the first team roster, the most in recent memory. Some clubs will add new players to their first-team rosters on Friday.

Injuries to ‘all-stars’ are the center of attention. Kia closer Jung Hae-young, who pitched the first game of a doubleheader against Hanwha in Gwangju on the 23rd but was pulled after feeling discomfort in his right shoulder while pitching, has been removed from the first team. “Pitcher Jung Hae-young, who was substituted yesterday (23rd) while pitching in the first game of the DH against Hanwha due to discomfort in his shoulder area, underwent an additional examination at Sejong Sports Orthopedics and CM Hospital today,” the Kia club said. “Jung Hae-young, who underwent an initial examination at Seonhan Hospital after the game yesterday, was diagnosed with right shoulder rotator cuff inflammation as a result of the additional examination and will be removed from the roster today to protect the player. He is expected to return in the second half of the season after rest and treatment.”

Still, it’s a relief. Jung has been Kia’s go-to closer this year, pitching 32 innings in 32 games with a 2-2 record, 21 saves, and a 2.25 ERA. He’s had a rough start to the season every year, but this year he’s been able to capitalize on the Driveline effect and keep Kia’s back door open with his early-season dominance. He was also in contention for the league’s Reliever of the Year award. However, in the 23rd game, he felt pain in his shoulder, causing many to worry.

Although he will miss the remaining nine games of the first half, it’s good to know that he didn’t seriously injure the sensitive area of his shoulder. With enough rest before the All-Star break, he should be able to return in the second half. Although 안전놀이터 inflammation was detected, the player reportedly doesn”t feel too bad. Once the inflammation subsides, he should be able to go through the rehabilitation process and return to the first team.

For Kia, who are looking to not only finish first in the regular season this year, but also make a big splash in the postseason, they need Jung to stay on the mound without any further setbacks. Individually, it could hurt his chances at the closer’s job, but in the grand scheme of the season, he needs to go through a thorough rehab now. Meanwhile, Kia sent infielder Choi Jeong-yong back down to the second team after being promoted to the first team as a special entry for the doubleheader. Choi joined the first team on the 23rd but did not play in either game of the doubleheader.

Lotte also lost Son Ho-young to a sore hamstring and will focus on his recovery for the time being. Son Ho-young had recently been receiving treatment for her hamstring, even playing as a designated hitter. However, after a medical examination, it was determined that more definitive management was needed. “Son Ho-young underwent a medical examination today, and since his right hamstring is not good, we have decided to cancel his entry as a management measure,” the Lotte club said.

Son was named to the manager’s picks for the All-Star Game, which was announced on Thursday, and was set to play in his first All-Star Game. However, his participation is no longer guaranteed. If he recovers quickly, he may be able to play, but if not, it’s not easy to risk the injury. The Lotte team also said, “The All-Star Game is undecided at this time. It will be decided depending on whether he recovers or not,” the club said.

Son, who joined Lotte this year in a trade with LG, is considered to be one of the main players who revitalized the Lotte batting lineup after hitting .324 with eight home runs, 37 RBIs, and a 0.913 OPS in 48 games this season. Son, who has been recognized for his offensive potential since his days with LG, has been able to fulfill his potential with consistent playing time since joining Lotte. In his last 10 games, he continued his steady form, batting .317 with 11 RBIs. However, a hamstring injury interrupted the flow.

Doosan’s foreign pitcher Brandon Waddell was also removed from the first team roster. It’s due to injury. A Doosan official said, “As revealed on the field, he is feeling pain in the back of his left shoulder. He is scheduled for a first medical examination on the 24th and a second medical examination on the 25th,” and announced that they will 파워볼사이트 추천 deliver the exact diagnosis, rehabilitation schedule, and timing of his return after the checkups at both institutions.

Brandon was re-signed after a strong performance last year, going 7-4 with a 3.12 ERA in 14 games last season, and he pitched well on the mound. However, he was not feeling well from the beginning of the season and was placed on the disabled list. On the 23rd, after pitching two innings against Samsung Electronics, he was sent down early due to shoulder pain. The move made it difficult for him to pitch the rest of the first half.

Jeong Chul-won, who had been unstable all season and was eventually given the closer’s spot, was also dropped from the first team due to his erratic performance. In 21 games this season, Chung went 2-1 with a 5.21 ERA and six saves. He also struggled against Samsung Electronics on April 23, giving up three runs on three hits and two walks in one inning. This is his second trip to the second team this year, having already been sent down once and spent 41 days adjusting his performance. Doosan also sent pitcher Kim Ho-joon and catcher Park Min-joon down to the second team on the day, as the team looks to see if they can step up in the second half.

Hanwha sent left-hander Kim Bum-soo down to the second team. One of the fastest-throwing left-handed set-up men in the league, Kim began the season as the team’s No. 1 left-handed set-up man, but failed to live up to expectations with a 5.17 ERA in 35 games. With his WHIP rising to 1.53, he was eventually demoted to the second team before the end of the first half. Outfielder Lim Jong-chan was also sent back to the second team after batting .158 in 24 games. Lim has been bouncing back and forth between the first and second teams this year, making it difficult for him to establish himself in the first team.

NC dropped right-hander Han Jae-seung, who has shown promise this year based on his strong stuff, to the second team. Han, who is 1-1 with a 3.90 ERA in 36 games this season, cruised through the early part of the season with a strong fastball, but his performance has faltered in his last 10 games, with a 9.95 ERA. In his last start against the Incheon SSG on April 22, he struggled with his control and gave up three balls that hit the body without recording an out.

SSG also demoted right-hander Choi Min-jun, who has struggled with the bullpen this year, to the second team because he was not performing at his best. Choi pitched 37⅔ innings in 31 games this season with a 6.93 ERA. He did a lot of things that don’t show up in his record, such as pitching right back in when starters went down early, but he was sent down to the second team a day after his worst outing of the season, giving up five runs on five hits with one walk and five strikeouts in 0 1/3 innings against the Incheon NC on April 23.

LG, meanwhile, sent infielder Kim Sung-jin and pitcher Jin Woo-young to the second team again. The two players were registered as special entries ahead of a doubleheader against KT in Jamsil on the 23rd and were sent back to the second team a day later. KT had a total of four players sent to the second team: pitchers Kang Gun and Kim Young-hyun, infielder Park Min-seok and outfielder Ahn Hyun-min. Kiwoom had pitcher Oh Seok-ju, infielder Lee Jong-min and outfielder Lee Jae-sang expunged from the first team roster and will receive new players from the second team on the 25th.

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