Lotte’s Son Ho-young, who failed to play in the first All-Star Game in his life, suffered a thigh injury. We need more time

Professional baseball Lotte Giants infielder Son Ho-young (29) will miss his first ever All-Star Game due to injury.고수익알바

“Son Ho-young who injured his hamstring (muscle behind thigh) takes about three weeks to recover. It’s not serious, but his condition got worse after the test,” Lotte manager Kim Tae-hyung said.

Son Ho-young, who had been on the bench as a “ten-year prospect” for the LG Twins until last year, blossomed into his baseball life wearing a Lotte uniform through a trade early this season.

In 48 games, he stood out as the center of the team’s batting lineup with a batting average of 0.324, eight homers, 37 RBIs, and OPS (on-base plus slugging) of 0.913.

From the LG Twins match on April 17 to the Kiwoom Heroes match on the 21st of this month, they continued their hit streak in 30 consecutive games, tied for third place in professional baseball.

Thanks to this, he was named as a coach-recommended player at the KBO League All-Star Game at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 6th of next month.

Son Ho-young, who recently played only as a designated hitter due to thigh discomfort, ended the first half early due to his deteriorating condition.

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