423 billion shortstop ridiculous injuries first since he was 12 years old
New York Mets shortstop Francisco Lindor was absent due to an absurd injury.
Lindor failed to join the starting lineup for the away game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on the 3rd (Korea Standard Time). In the past 10 games, he has hit 15 hits in 40 at-bats, batting average of 0.375, two home runs, and 20 RBIs, with OPS 1.075, which is a hot hit, but he has fallen into a ridiculous injury.
According to the U.S. “AP News,” Lindor suffered an absurd injury at an away hotel in Los Angeles the night before. In the hotel room, I tried to close one of the two double doors, but my right middle finger got stuck in the door. “At the same time, my fingers swelled up as the door closed. I ran around the room for three minutes.
The fingers swelled up in no time, and the under fingernails turned black. It was inconvenient to hold the bat because the swelling of his fingers did not go away, and eventually he missed the Dodgers game on the 3rd. Mets manager Buck Showalter also considered using Lindor as a designated hitter, but gave him a break without overdoing it 토토사이트
“The last time I got my finger stuck was when I was 12 years old,” Lindor said. “I’m disappointed that I couldn’t play with the players. “I want to play every day and do my best to win the team,” he said, expressing regret.
Lindor, a top shortstop who won four All-Star titles, two Silver Sluggers and Gold Gloves during the Cleveland Indians, signed a 10-year, $341 million contract after being traded to the Mets in January last year.
Last year, his batting average of .234 in 125 games, 20 home runs, 63 RBIs, and OPS.734 was criticized for falling short of expectations. This season, his batting average of .261 in 52 games is 52 hits, 8 home runs, 43 RBIs, and OPS.787, showing some possibility of rebounding