‘Elbow→Ribs→Fingers→Wrist’ 189.1 Billion General Hospital, this time shoulder pain… getting farther and farther away from the resurrection

Due to the frequency of injuries close to general hospitals, they are unable to avoid being caught in a ‘eating and running’ situation. but it hurts again Can Boston Red Sox Chris Sale (34) really fail to revive like this?안전놀이터

Sale started the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts on the 2nd (Korean time) and came down the mound with 5 hits, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 3⅔ innings.

As can be seen from the record, Sale continued to fight hard that day. However, in the top of the 4th inning, he handled Stuart Fairchild with a fly ball to right field from second and third base safely, then caught the runner rushing home and got 2 outs. Then, the pitching coach and trainer came up to the mound to check the condition of the sale.

In the first inning, he threw a strong fastball of 96 mph, but abnormal signs were detected from the fourth inning. In the 4th inning against leading hitter Spencer Steer, his first fastball velocity fell to 89.7 miles. After that, the speed rose again to the 95 mph level, but was eventually replaced after sending 2 out 2 second baseman Nick Senzel for a walk.

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Boston manager Alex Cora said, “I couldn’t be irresponsible. It wasn’t easy because of what he’s been through, but in the end I have to take care of Seil. He tried to take charge of our team, but from my point of view, that’s not the case. Chris Sale of the Red Sox. Sale wanted to finish that inning, but he couldn’t let him be irresponsible,” he said. He threw 95 mph again, but we’ll have to check it out tomorrow,” he explained.

Seil will receive an MRI scan due to shoulder pain and will monitor his condition later. Boston and Sale should hope that their shoulders are in good shape.

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In March 2019, Seil signed a five-year, $145 million (approximately 189.1 billion won) contract extension. However, during this contract period starting in 2020, Sale became a general ward. In August 2019, he underwent Tommy John surgery for elbow pain. He returned for the second half of 2021 but only played 9 games.

And after coming off last year with a stress fracture on his ribs before the season, after his comeback, his left little finger was hit hard on his batted ball. During his rehabilitation, he broke his right wrist in a bicycle accident.

Seil, who blamed himself for “I owe everyone,” was more determined to revive this year than ever before. Sale posted an 11.25 earned run average over his first three games, but has been stabilizing with a 2.91 earned run average over his last seven starts.

He cannot be free from the modifiers of eating and running and a comprehensive ward. However, he was once again cornered into a suspected injury situation. For Seil, the word resurrection is getting farther and farther away.

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