카지노사이트Choo Shin-soo, who was substituted due to pain while fielding, will be fine for the three-game weekend series.
SSG Landers Choo Shin-soo was hit by a sand dune in his first at-bat against the LG Twins in Incheon on 28 April. A fastball thrown by LG starter Lee Ji-gang was aimed at his feet and bounced off his left foot. It was a hard hit ball. However, Shin-soo Choo seemed to be in pain. After hitting the dunes, he got into an argument with catcher Park Dong-won, but the situation was resolved before it became more serious. He then walked to first base, where Lee Ji-gang took off his hat and apologised to him. Choo Shin-soo went on to play the outfield, and after the inning ended, he and Park Dong-won spoke to each other to clear up the misunderstanding.
However, the aftermath of the incident was more than expected. Shin-Soo Choo defended in the next two innings, but in the top of the third, while fielding in right field, he signed to the bench. Soon after, another outfielder, Kim Kang-min, was ready to take over, and Choo Shin-soo was substituted midway through the inning and brought to the bench. He was scheduled to undergo a medical examination after the substitution. Shin-soo Choo had been sidelined for some time last month after suffering an ankle injury while playing the outfield. He played through the pain, but decided that he needed to get better first, so he was sent down to the second team to recover. This made me even more concerned about a dune bugger injury.
Fortunately, he was fine the next day. SSG manager Kim Won-hyung, who met with us after the LG Twins game was cancelled due to rain on the 29th, said, “Fortunately, my condition is fine. If we had played today, Shin-soo Choo would have been the starter,” he explained. Choo Shin-soo is expected to play in the three-game weekend series against the Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 30th. It was a relief for the team as Choo Shin-soo is the frontline of the offence as the ‘lead-off’ player.