Sighing SSG lineup… ’10G batting average of 0.472′ Choo Shin-soo out for calf pain, Ahn Sang-hyun out for fracture

SSG has been hit by a string of bad luck as they struggle to hold onto second place with a patchy performance. Ahn Sang-hyun has been removed from the first team roster after picking up an injury in training, while Choo Shin-soo and Han Yu-seom are also out of action.

Ahead of their upcoming match against Lotte at Sajik Stadium on Saturday, SSG removed Ahn Sang-hyun from the first team roster and registered Kim Chan-hyung. This is due to injury. SSG head coach Kim Won-hyung said, “Ahn Sang-hyun injured his right thumb yesterday (Nov. 15) while receiving a punt. He had a checkup today and was diagnosed with a fracture.”

Ahn Sang-hyun, who is ranked among the best of SSG’s young infielders in terms of talent and sense, has been playing a significant role in SSG’s infield recently. While he’s not a starter, he’s been playing more often as a pinch-hitter or a center fielder in the middle and late innings. His ability to play multiple infield positions and steady defense has given Kim Won-hyung enough confidence to use him as a late-game pinch-hitter.

He’s also been hitting well at the plate, with a .268 batting average and .348 on-base percentage, but this injury will keep him out for a while. The bone needs to heal, and the thumb affects his throwing and hitting, so he’ll need a full rehabilitation.

Han Yoo-seom, who was substituted into the starting lineup after suddenly developing a fever just before the start of the game on the previous day (15th), is expected to miss the game. His fever is down, but he’s not feeling well. He didn’t get enough sleep the night before, and even went to the hospital on the 16th, but he’s still not 100%. It’s a shame because he’s been in a terrible slump lately, and he’s been coming alive with home runs and good at-bats.

Choo Shin-soo, who has been leading the team with a strong performance for about two months after returning from injury, is also out with calf muscle soreness. He felt pain in his calf on the 15th. It wasn’t a major injury, but he had to leave the game for player protection. He”s a veteran and needs to be taken care of for the rest of the season. Considering his batting average of 0.472 in his last 10 games, it’s hard not to be disappointed.토토사이트

SSG’s batting order is Choi Ji-hoon (center field), Kim Sung-hyun (third base), Choi Ju-hwan (second base), Choi Jeong (designated hitter), Park Sung-sung (shortstop), Kim Kang-min (center field), Ha Jae-hoon (left field), Kang Jin-sung (first base), and Cho Hyung-woo (catcher). Park Jong-hoon is the starter. “I expect him to pitch six innings,” Kim said of Jong-hoon’s recent resurgence.

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