“Recovery is really fast.”
SSG Landers’ injured beasts return with the start of the second half안전놀이터. SSG started team training at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 17th. SSG players, who took a sweet break for three days after the start of the All-Star break, came out to the baseball field on the 17th and started training for individual and team play. The faces of the players were full of vitality as they took enough rest for three days in a situation where fatigue was accumulated.
There is also good news. return of injured players Choi Jeong and Ha Jae-hoon joined the first team and digested normal training. Choi Jeong-eun, the center hitter, suffered a pubis muscle injury while defending against the Incheon KIA Tigers on the 5th. It was initially expected that he would be able to play at the end of the first half, as he judged that his injury was light, but it was canceled due to remaining pain. In the end, Choi Jeong-eun, who was excluded from the entry on the 10th, failed to participate in the All-Star Game, including the home run race.
Ha Jae-hoon is also conducting training normally. Ha Jae-hoon, who suffered a shoulder fracture while defending a practice game at the Okinawa spring camp, hit a batting average of 304.2 after returning. On June 11, against the Changwon NC Dinos, Ha suffered a fractured finger while running base. It was already his second fracture. He fractured his left thumb and went down on Strengthen Future Steam to focus on his recovery.
Initially, it was expected to take more than two months, but the recovery was quick. Ha Jae-hoon, who played in the Futures League match in the last week of the first half, joined the first team on the 17th. Director Kim Won-hyung said, “It is said that all of his fingers have been restored. It really is a monstrous resilience.”
Both Choi Jeong and Ha Jae-hoon can start the game as soon as the second half begins. Coach Won-hyung Kim said, “I think I will be able to play normally. It’s a process where the injured players come back and their power gradually normalizes.”