‘Embarrassing injury’ itself…’Home run 2nd place’ after Ohtani Robert Jr., ‘calf injury’ in Home Run Derby

It is an absurd injury itself.

On the 12th (Korean time), according to MLB.com, a local US media, “Chicago White Sox Lewis Robert Jr. suffered calf pain during the Home Run Derby and will not be able to play in the All-Star game.”바카라

The day before, Robert Jr. participated in the Home Run Derby in the All-Star Game and hit the longest home run of 484 feet (147.5 m) in the semifinals. Although he lost to Randy Arosarena (Tampa Bay Race), he left a strong impression.

However, it is Robert Jr. who was unexpectedly injured here. On the same day, according to the White Sox team, “Robert Jr., who complained of pain, immediately took an MRI scan,” and said, “To prevent injury, he will take a break from the All-Star game.”

In the first half of this year, Robert Jr. had a batting average of 0.271, 26 homers, 51 runs batted in, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.899, and was scheduled to play as a recommended player for the All-Star Game.

Also, since it is Robert Jr., who was ranked second in home runs in the American League following Shohei Ohtani (32) of the Los Angeles Angels, who ranked first in home runs, this injury feels all the more regrettable.

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