KIA Choi Hyeong-woo, who was taken by ambulance during the game, undergoes four months of rehabilitation due to a clavicle fracture… season out

KIA Tigers Choi Hyeong-woo (39), who was injured during the game and was taken by ambulance, was ruled out for the season due to a long-term injury. For KIA, this is the second major power loss following Na Seong-beom.

카지노사이트The KIA team said on the 25th, “Choi Hyung-woo is scheduled to undergo clavicle fixation surgery at Gwangju Good Hospital, a hospital designated by the club, on the 26th without further examination. The diagnosis is comminuted fracture of the left clavicle and damage to the acromioclavicular joint. Rehabilitation is expected to take about 4 months.” He said.

Previously, Choi Hyung-woo tripped on KT first baseman Park Byeong-ho’s leg and fell while running to first base in the 7th inning in the Gwangju KT Wiz game on the 24th.

He was in great pain with his left shoulder wrapped, and eventually left the stadium in an ambulance.

KIA, which must currently focus its efforts on the fight for 5th place, faces major negative news. Previously, KIA lost key hitter Na Seong-beom to a right hamstring (muscle behind the thigh) injury.

This season, Choi Hyung-woo appeared in 121 games and displayed ageless performance with a batting average of 0.302 (130 hits in 431 at-bats), 17 home runs, and 81 RBI.

However, KIA remains in 6th place, one game behind 5th place SSG Landers, who has fallen into a slump with 1 win and 9 losses in the last 10 games.

KIA, who had a void in the outfield due to the departure of starting outfielder Na Seong-beom due to injury and Choi Won-jun’s selection to the Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team, will play the remainder of the season without Choi Hyeong-woo.

With 20 games remaining, KIA must play the most games among the 10 teams in the KBO League.

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