‘Leg fracture’ PIT Cruise missed 4 months… Bae Ji-hwan waits on the bench against Houston.

 O’Neill Cruz (Pittsburgh Pirates), who suffered a leg fracture in a collision with the opposing catcher during home sliding, is expected to leave for at least four months.

Pittsburgh said on the 11th (Korean time), “메이저사이트Cruz, who was injured in the game the previous day, underwent surgery,” and announced that it would take about four months to return.

According to Pittsburgh, Cruz underwent surgery to stabilize a fractured left shinbone and connect ligaments.

In the bottom of the 6th inning against the Chicago White Sox on the 10th, Cruz, who was on third base with no outs, collided with opposing catcher Sevi Zavala while digging home when Ki Brian Hayes grounded from third base. Cruz fell to the ground and complained of pain, and at this time Zavala screamed, and both teams jumped in and the bench cleared.

The departure of Cruz, who has been the team’s main shortstop this season, left a gap in Pittsburgh’s power. Bae Ji-hwan (24) is expected to have many opportunities as Rodolphe Castro, who played second base, is expected to move to shortstop.

First of all, Bae Ji-hwan was not included in the starting lineup against the Houston Astros on the 11th. Pittsburgh hired Mark Mathias, a utility player, as the starting second baseman instead of Cruz.

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