This is a ‘miracle’.
It has been confirmed that Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Gus Barland (27), who was hit by a batted ball during the game, escaped serious injury. According to MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), Baland said, “All X-ray results came out normal. I’m ready to go out.”
The dizzying scene came from an away game against the San Diego Padres on the 16th (Korean time). In the eighth inning, trailing 3-8, Baland faced Manny Machado with one out and second base. Machado hit the 4th slider thrown in the ball count 2-1 strike, and the ball headed toward the pitcher hit Baland’s chin and left forearm in turn. Considering that the batted ball speed was 105.1 miles (169.1 km/h), there were concerns about major injuries.
Baland, who was hit by the actual ball, lay down on the ground and after a while, took off his glove and looked in pain. He was replaced by Harvey Guerra immediately after a trainer check. However, no major problems were identified in the post-game checkup. 카지노사이트 He was hit by an incredibly fast batted ball, but he didn’t budge. “The X-ray of my right hand came out negative. All of my teeth are fine,” said Barland.
Baland is a ‘rookie’ who made his all-season debut. He pitched in six games before his injury, posting an earned run average of 2.70 (2 earned runs in 6 2/3 innings).