Doosan’s Choi Won-jun suspended from first team for finger blisters

Doosan Bears pitcher Choi Won-jun (29) has been removed from the first team due to a blister on his finger.

Doosan adjusted its first-team roster ahead of its game against the Samsung Lions in the 2023 Shinhan Bank Solar KBO League at Jamsil Stadium on Monday, removing Choi from the lineup due to a finger injury.메이저사이트

Choi had started the previous day against the KIA Tigers and pitched five innings of four-hit ball, striking out one and walking none. He ended KIA’s bid for a 10-game winning streak, which had been fueled by a hot batting lineup.

It was a “comeback pitch” for Choi, who has struggled with a deep slump all season.

However, Choi had to leave the mound in the sixth inning due to a blister on his right middle finger.

The effects of the injury continued the next day. The team decided to remove him from the first-team roster because they didn’t think he could recover in 10 days.

Choi’s absence is even more frustrating for Doosan, which is making a last-minute push for a fall baseball ticket.

Sixth-place Doosan is three games behind fifth-place KIA.

Meanwhile, Doosan signed pitcher Choi Seung-yong to fill Choi’s spot on the roster.

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