Choi Ji-man (32, San Diego Padres), who was preparing to return to the major leagues, suffered a foot injury during a rehabilitation game. Fortunately, it turned out that he suffered only bruises and not serious injuries such as fractures.먹튀검증

Choi Ji-man’s domestic management official said in a phone call with Newsis on the 7th, “As a result of a hospital examination, Choi Ji-man was diagnosed with a bruise. It is not a serious injury, and we believe he will be able to return within the season.”

On this day, reported, “Ji-Man Choi suffered a fracture in his right foot,” and “It seems likely that this injury will end the season.”

Choi Ji-man, who was diagnosed with a left rib sprain last month and was placed on the injured list (IL), began playing in the rehabilitation game the day before.

He pitched in a game for the Triple A El Paso Chihuahuas under San Diego against the Round Rock Express (under the Texas Rangers) and went 2-for-3 with one hit and one walk. However, in his last at-bat, he was hit in the foot by his own foul ball.

Ji-Man Choi, who previously opened with the Pittsburgh Pirates, was listed on the IL on April 16 due to an Achilles injury.

After about three months of rehabilitation, he returned to the big leagues on July 8 and was transferred to San Diego on August 2, the trade deadline. After joining San Diego, he went silent with no hits in 11 at-bats in 7 games, and was placed on the IL again on the 15th of last month due to a left rib sprain.

After shaking off his rib injury, he began rehabbing and was preparing to return to the big leagues when he was again sidelined by injury.

Choi Ji-man only played in 30 games this year, with a batting average of 0.179, 6 home runs, and 11 RBIs.

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