Pittsburgh Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen is out for the season due to injury.
Local media such as ‘MLB.com’ cited the team’s announcement on the 7th (Korean time) and reported that McCutchen was diagnosed with a partial rupture of the Achilles tendon and will be placed on the injured list on the 10th.
Two days ago, in a home game against the Milwaukee Brewers, McCutchen felt a problem with his left Achilles tendon while going around first base and heading to second base after hitting, and was replaced.
At first it didn’t seem like a serious injury.
This is because the club announced at the time that the replacement was carried out ‘out of caution.’ The player also emphasized that it was not a serious injury, saying, “I was in a situation where I could play more.”
However, it turned out that it was not a minor injury. McCutchen will wear a brace on his foot for six weeks.바카라사이트
His treatment period will last longer than the rest of the season. In fact, it is out for the season.
McCutchen, who returned to Pittsburgh on a one-year contract this season, recorded a batting average of 0.256, an on-base percentage of 0.378, a slugging percentage of 0.397, 12 home runs and 43 RBIs in 112 games.
He achieved his 2,000th career hit and could have reached 300 career home runs with one more home run, but he passed on the opportunity to next season.
McCutchen, who had written “I’m fine” on his Damn, this is annoying,” he wrote.
Jared Triolo was called up. Making his big league debut this season, he batted .273 with an on-base percentage of .350 and a slugging percentage of .314 in 36 games.