Jake Cronenworth (29), a teammate of Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres), was eventually placed on the injured list (IL).

On the 27th (Korean time), the San Diego club moved Cronenworth to the 10-day IL due to a fracture in his right wrist. Cronenworth was hit in the wrist by left-handed pitcher Andrew Chaffin’s 92.2 mile (148.4 km/h) sinker in the beginning of the ninth inning against the Milwaukee Brewers held the previous day. He complained of extreme pain and couldn’t stand up for a while, so attention was focused on his condition, but eventually a ‘fracture’ was confirmed.소닉카지노

Cronenworth played in 127 games this season, hitting 0.229 (105 hits in 458 at-bats) with 10 homers and 48 RBIs. He combined his on-base percentage (0.312) and slugging percentage (0.378) for an OPS of 0.690. Although his main position is second baseman, he was pushed by Kim Ha-seong and played more than 800 innings as first baseman this year. In April, he agreed to a long-term contract for 7 years and a total of 80 million dollars (106.2 billion won), but he had a nightmare season due to sluggish performance and injuries. Depending on the condition, the possibility of a season out should also be considered.

San Diego called up Matthew Batten from Minor League Triple-A to fill Cronenworth’s void. Batten’s triple-A record this year was a batting average of 0.235 (83 hits in 353 at-bats), 12 home runs and 50 RBIs. His career big league performance is a batting average of 0.190 (8 hits in 42 at-bats) in 28 games.

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