Hanwha Eagles’ Kim Min-woo (29) has avoided a major injury.

The Hanwha club announced on Friday, “Kim Min-woo underwent MRI and CT scans at Sejong Sports Orthopedic Surgery, and was diagnosed with a right elbow flexor sprain. He will first rest for a week and then play catch to check his condition.”

Kim Min-woo started the home game against the KIA Tigers at the Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on March 13.

He got off to a good start by striking out Kia’s No. 1 hitter Seo Gun-chang on two pitches, but after throwing both the first and second pitches to No. 2 hitter Choi Won-joon, he raised his right hand in a sign.

Pitching coach Park Seung-min and a team trainer came to the mound to check on Kim. 안전놀이터 A substitution sign was then given.

At the time, Hanwha announced, “Kim Min-woo has been replaced due to right elbow pain. He is currently icing it and will be examined on the 15th.” He was removed from the first team roster the next day on the 14th.

Kim had pitched well in the previous two games, going 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA.

He picked up his first win against SSG on March 26 with five scoreless innings. He was scheduled to start against KT Wiz in Daejeon on the 31st, but was rested due to partial bursitis in his back.

Against Kiwoom on July 7, he pitched well with three runs in seven innings, but was unable to get the win.

Hwang Jun-seo will get the start while Kim Min-woo is out. “After today’s game, he will have four days of rest before going into Kim Min-woo’s spot,” Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho said before the game on Thursday.

Hwang Jun-seo pitched one inning of scoreless relief against KIA on Thursday, striking out one and walking none. 바카라사이트 추천 His season record is 1-0 with a 0.84 ERA in five games.

On March 31, he started in place of Kim Min-woo and allowed one run on three hits (one home run) and two walks in five innings, striking out five and walking one, becoming the 10th high school rookie in KBO history to win his debut start.

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