11 days after registering for the 1st team, the power was removed again, what about Doosan Dylan?

Doosan foreign pitcher Dylan Pyle (registered name Dylan) was out of action again after two appearances in the first team. Elbows are the problem this time.

On the 15th, Doosan announced that Dylan would be canceled from the first team entry after receiving a sprained medial flexor muscle in his right elbow during a hospital examination. A Doosan official said Dylan felt discomfort in his right elbow after training the day before.

Dylan suffered an unexpected injury from being hit in the head by a batted ball during live pitching during field training in Sydney, Australia, before the start of the season. After a month after the start of the season, he could not get up to the first team and only made his first appearance on the last 4 days.

In his first appearance of the season on the 4th, the day of his first team registration, Dylan was sluggish with 4 innings and 5 runs against Hanwha. In the second appearance against Lotte on the 11th, it showed slightly better results with 4 runs (3 earned) in 5 innings.카지노사이트

As Dylan left the team again due to elbow pain 10 days after registering for the first team, Doosan began to worry about the starting rotation. As Gwak Bin was canceled from the first team entry due to back pain after starting on the 7th, 2 positions were punctured in the original starting rotation. It is a situation where one starter is needed to support foreign ace Raul Alcantara, Choi Won-joon, Kim Dong-ju, and Choi Seung-yong.

If Dylan returns quickly, the selection worries can be minimized. Doosan said of Dylan, “I plan to do treatment and strengthening exercises while skipping one selection.”

Doosan plans to raise left-hander Lee Won-jae (20) on the 16th in place of Dylan, whose entry was canceled. Lee Won-jae was nominated by Doosan as the 19th overall pick in the second round of the 2022 draft. This season, Lee Won-jae pitched in 4 Futures League games and recorded 0-3 with an ERA of 6.46 in 15.1 innings.

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