Kiwoom coach Hong Won-ki “Lee Jung-hoo, surgery on the 27th… I hope there is no disruption to the player’s life”

Director Hong Won-ki of Kiwoom Heroes could not hide his mixed feelings about Lee Jung-hoo, who suffered from an injury.바카라

Coach Hong met with reporters at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 25th and said, “My concerns have become reality.”

Lee Jung-hoo suffered pain in his left ankle while defending in the 8th inning against the Busan Lotte Giants on the 22nd and was replaced.

Lee Jung-hoo, who was diagnosed with damage to the extensor belt of his left ankle at a later checkup, will be on the operating table on the 27th. His rehabilitation is expected to take about 3 months.

Coach Hong said, “I looked at his face and talked to him a while ago, but he had nothing to say except encouragement.”

At the same time, Lee Jung-hoo explained the situation at the time of the injury.

Director Hong said, “The Sajik Stadium has been muddy due to the rain, but the yellow grass is said to be softer and muddy than the green grass.”

When asked if he had any regrets about Sajik Stadium ground management, coach Hong replied, “(All players) do it under the same conditions,” and “I think Lee Jung-hoo was a bit unlucky.”

Coach Hong said, “It would be a lie if I said there was no (sway) in the team,” and said calmly, “I believe that he will do his job in difficult circumstances.”

He said to Lee Yong-kyu, Lee Ji-young, and Lee Won-seok, “It will be a great help if more veteran players lead the team.”

Meanwhile, coach Hong announced that he would use Ahn Woo-jin, Ariel Hurado, Choi Won-tae, Jang Jae-young, and Ian McKinney in the starting rotation for the second half and use Jeong Chan-heon as an alternate starter.

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