“It hurts so much”
Doosan Bears outfielder Kim In-tae was judged for 4 weeks with a dislocated shoulder.
Doosan announced that Kim In-tae underwent an MRI examination at Cheongdam Leone Orthopedics in Seoul on the 8th and that he was finally confirmed as having a dislocated left shoulder.
He is expected to take about 4 weeks to recover. The club decided to schedule a reexamination later to set an accurate rehabilitation schedule.
In the game against the KIA Tigers held at the Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 7th, Kim In-tae collided with an opposing defender (Ryu Ji-hyeok) and injured his shoulder while sliding to second base in the top of the 5th inning. 먹튀검증
He was carried on a stretcher and moved to a KIA-designated hospital (Good Hospital) for a checkup. As a result of the examination, X-ray and CT scans showed a right shoulder hemidislocation, and the patient was re-examined in Seoul on the same day.
Kim In-tae played right fielder and posted a batting average of 2.6 3, 1 RBI, and 1 run. Kim In-tae was canceled and Song Seung-hwan was called up. Song Seung-hwan entered the starting lineup as the number 7 right fielder.
Coach Lee Seung-yeop said with a dark expression, “My heart hurts so much. No one can blame an injury during a game while working hard. It’s unfortunate that this result came out.”
He continued, “He is a player with many roles to play. I was in an important position when I was out of the game. I will be away for a while, but I will cheer for you to recover quickly with my colleagues.”