Hanwha Ha Joo-seok suspected of hamstring rupture No power for at least 2 weeks

Peraza, who was hit by a foul ball, is ‘nothing special’ Appearance against Doosan
Hanwha Eagles Ha Joo-seok (left)

Hanwha Eagles starting shortstop Ha Joo-seok (30) will be out of action for at least two weeks due to injury.

Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said ahead of the 2024 professional baseball visiting game against the Doosan Bears at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 9th, “Ha Joo-seok was diagnosed with a suspected left hamstring (muscle behind the thigh) rupture during a detailed examination yesterday,” and “There was blood in the injured area.” “It is my opinion that it is still difficult to confirm the exact condition because it is full,” he said.

He then said, “You must focus on recovery for two weeks and then undergo a re-examination,” and added, “For now, we have excluded you from the entry list and ordered you to rest.” 스포츠 토토사이트

Ha Joo-seok was replaced after feeling hamstring pain during the visiting game against Kiwoom Heroes held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 5th.

Initially, Hanwha judged that Ha Joo-seok’s injury was not serious and did not remove him from the lineup.

However, an emergency was triggered when a detailed examination revealed a different diagnosis than expected.

Ha Joo-seok led Hanwha’s batting lineup with a batting average of 0.324 in 11 games this season, but was put on hold due to injuries.

On the other hand, foreign player Yonatan Peraza, who was suspected of being injured, fortunately will participate in the game today.

Coach Choi Won-ho said, “The X-ray test yesterday didn’t show any major problems,” and “I tested him at the playground this morning, and he said he was fine.”

Peraza, who showed great success with a batting average of 0.449, 6 home runs, and 12 RBIs in 13 games this season, was hit in the instep by a foul ball he hit during his last at-bat in the 10th inning of the extra innings against Kiwoom on the 7th and complained of pain.

Manager Choi Won-ho also talked about outfielder Jeong Eun-won, who was deleted from the entry the previous day.

Coach Choi said, “He is in poor condition and we decided that Choi In-ho is better in the current situation,” and added, “In today’s game, we started In-ho Choi as the number 1 left fielder.”

Jeong Eun-won, who was the steadfast starting second baseman, suffered a severe slump last season, posting a batting average of 0.222 in 122 games, and switched to the outfield last winter to reduce the defensive burden.

However, Eun-won Jeong is recording a poor batting average of 0.143 in 9 games this season.

Coach Choi decided that Jeong Eun-won needed time to recover and excluded him from the first team entry on the 8th. 안전 토토사이트

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