Outfielder Christian Pace (25, Philadelphia Phillies), who wielded a strong hit at the beginning of the season, will leave for a long time.

The Philadelphia team announced on the 2nd (Korean time) that Pache had successfully undergone a right knee meniscus removal and would be away for about 4 to 6 weeks. Pache recently suffered a knee injury (a knee meniscus rupture) in a game against the Houston Astros and was in poor condition, so he was on the operating table.

It is a regrettable departure for both먹튀검증 the club and the players. The Dominican Republic native was traded to Philadelphia from the Oakland Athletics in March. He was the one whose batting average stayed in the 10% range in the big leagues last year, but after moving to Philadelphia, he was 180 degrees different.

He appeared in 18 games for the season, and he had a batting average of 0.360 (9 hits in 25 at-bats), 1 home run, 4 RBIs, and a heavy hit. The initial pace was extraordinary, with the OPS of slugging percentage (0.600) and on-base percentage (0.360) reaching 0.960. In the four games before his injury, his batting average was 0.625 (5 hits in 8 at-bats). The return of leading outfielder Bryce Harper gave Philadelphia a breather, but Pache’s departure weakened the depth (players).

Pache’s career (4 years), which debuted in the big leagues in 2020, was a batting average of 0.171 (57 hits in 333 at-bats), 5 home runs and 26 RBIs. He also has the experience of playing the postseason (14 games in total) in 2020 and 2021 when he was a member of the Atlanta Braves.

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