They said it would be fine in a day or two.”

Doosan Bears outfielder Jeong Su-bin (33) was excluded from the starting lineup against the LG Twins in Jamsil on the 28th due to a finger injury. Su-bin Su suffered a broken finger while attempting a diving catch while defending against the Lotte Giants in Jamsil on the 27th. Subin Sue tried tee batting while participating in training that day, but ended up stopping due to poor condition of her fingers.

Coach Lee explained his physical condition, “Jeong Soo-bin’s finger broke a little while sliding. I don’t know about the defense, but I can’t hit. I was tee-batting during practice and eventually stopped.”

Subin Sue is currently an indispensable presence in Doosan’s lineup. In 13 games in July he played with a batting average of .340 (16-for-47), four RBIs, and 10 runs scored, establishing himself as the irreplaceable number one hitter. Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop gave the thumbs up, saying, “Now Su-bin is in good shape (batting) to the extent that it is said that he has almost no weaknesses.”

He was worried about the unexpected injury, but it is not expected that it will take long to recover. Subin is a player who doesn’t mind injuries enough to say, “I will play as long as my bones aren’t broken.”

Director Lee was relieved, saying, “I’ve sprained my finger similarly, so it’s okay. I think it’ll be okay in a day or two.”

For Doosan, Heo Gyeong-min (third baseman) – Kim Jae-ho (shortstop) – Jose Rojas (right fielder) – Yang Eui-ji (catcher) – Yang Seok-hwan (designated hitter) – Kang Seung-ho (1st baseman) – Park Gye-beom (2nd baseman) – Kim Tae-geun (center fielder) – Jo I made a starting lineup that leads to performance (left fielder). The starting pitcher is Raul Alcantara.안전놀이터

Center hitter Kim Jae-hwan was excluded from the starting lineup for two days in a row due to flu symptoms. Kim Tae-geun replaces center fielder Jeong Su-bin, and Heo Gyeong-min takes over as the first hitter.

Meanwhile, Doosan canceled pitcher Park Jeong-soo from the first-team entry and registered pitcher Kim Jeong-woo. As Park Jeong-soo was responsible for 3⅔ innings (3 runs, 1 earned run) alone during his recent 2 consecutive losses, he gave the second team time to rest and a new pitcher was transfused.

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