Jean-Carlo Stanton (34, New York Yankees) could not avoid the injured list (IL) this year as well.
Stanton was listed on the 10-day IL ahead of a game against the Minnesota Twins on the 17th (Korean time).
The previous day (16th), the left-middle double hit from 1st, 1st and 2nd base in the 7th inning became a problem. The ball, which seemed to go over the fence, landed right in front of the fence and was caught by the left fielder.
After confirming that it was not a home run, Stanton sped up and landed on second base. However, while running, he detected an abnormality in his left hamstring, and sent a sign to the bench to be replaced by a major runner.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone explained, “Stanton’s movement is fine, but he looked like he’d have to go on the IL until he had an MRI.”
He continued, “He doesn’t have a good time to be on the injured list. Stanton is really frustrated.”
The results of the MRI scan have not yet been released. Local media are also predicting a 4-6 week absence.
Ahead of the 2015 season, Stanton signed a 13-year, $325 million contract with the Miami Marlins.
However, 2018, the first year of the transfer to the Yankees, was the last time he finished the season healthy without climbing to the IL.카지노사이트
Since 2019, he has been listed on the IL more than once a year due to injuries to his knees, hamstrings and calves. Last year, he was also listed on the IL for pain in his right ankle and left Achilles tendinitis.
Director Boone embraced Stanton, saying, “Stanton has a good physique. He has been working very hard to avoid injury, but unfortunately this has happened to him.”
Stanton has a batting average of 0.269 with 4 home runs and 11 RBIs in 13 games this season.