There was an emergency in the Tampa Bay Rays starting lineup.
According to ESPN, an American sports channel on the 16th (Korean time), Tampa Bay left-handed pitcher Jeffrey Springs (31) left the line due to an elbow problem. Springs started against the Boston Red Sox on the 14th and cruised with 1 hit, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in 3 innings. ESPN said, “According to sources, Springs will be out for at least two months,” and “it is not yet known when he will return.” 바카라사이트
Springs was selected by the Texas Rangers in the 30th round of the 2015 draft. He debuted in the big leagues in 2018, played for the Boston Red Sox, and wore a Tampa Bay uniform in February 2021. Since then, his skills have blossomed. He pitched in 33 games (25 starts) last year and pitched well with a 9-5 record and an ERA of 2.46. Tampa Bay valued Springs highly, and in January agreed to a 4-year, 31 million dollar (40.5 billion won) extension contract.
His performance lived up to his expectations. Springs’ performance this season is 3 games, 2 wins, undefeated average ERA of 0.56. It was flawless, with 2.3 hits per 9 innings and a WHIP per inning of only 0.500. However, he had a hiatus due to a sudden elbow injury. Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash lamented the departure, saying, “The doctors and training staff discussed it together,” and “I’m sure he won’t be on the mound for us anytime soon.”