‘Headfirst sliding aftermath’ KIA’s Park Chan-ho injures finger ligaments…unable to start for now

Is it because I’m so motivated. KIA infielder Park Chan-ho (28) suffered an unexpected injury.

KIA manager Kim Jong-kook reported on Park Chan-ho’s injury ahead of the game against Lotte at Gwangju Stadium on the 13th.

Head coach Kim Jong-kook explained, “There is a slight damage, but it is not enough for him to perform surgery, so he can play in the loan game.”

On the previous day, Park Chan-ho started as the first shortstop against Samsung in Daegu and injured his left hand while sliding headfirst in the fifth inning. The replaced Park had a hospital checkup and was diagnosed with a ligament injury in his left fourth finger.

Coach Kim consoled, saying, “There is no such thing as Park Chan-ho’s fee or substitute agent.”메이저놀이터

However, starting the game is impossible for the time being. Head coach Kim predicted, “It’s about three weeks,” and said, “I think we should take a break and check while testing.”

With Park Chan-ho excluded from the starting lineup, Kim Do-young will take on the lead-off role.

Coach Kim said, “It will be the same for any coach, but you don’t have to do first sliding,” adding, “There are cases where I do it because I’m in a hurry, and there are cases where I come out without knowing.” “I’ve seen a lot of serious injuries, so the Major League is also telling me not to do the first base headfirst sliding if possible,” he said.

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