’97 Mile Hit on Elbow’ NL MVP 0th, bragging about Geumgang Fireworks

Ronald Acuña Jr. (26, Atlanta Braves), who was hit with an elbow by a fastball in the last game and left, will play without a miss.

Atlanta will have an away game 먹튀검증 against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on the 10th (hereinafter Korean time).

Looking at the starting lineup announced before the game, Acuña Junior will play in Atlanta’s No. 1, right fielder. Watching the defense in the game. There appears to be no dune aftermath.

Previously, Acuna Jr. was hit in the left elbow by Colin Holderman’s 97-mile sinker in the 6th inning against Pittsburgh on the 9th. He was wearing protective gear, but the impact must have been strong.

Afterwards, Acuña Jr. complained of pain, and was eventually replaced by a major runner and withdrew from the game. As a result, there were concerns about Acuna Junior’s injury.

However, as a result of the examination, Acuña Jr. did not suffer any fractures and appears to be in good physical condition to compete without missing.

Acuna Junior is an irreplaceable player in Atlanta. He recorded a batting average of 0.339, 26 homers, 68 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.422 and an OPS of 1.008 in 111 games of the season until the last 9 days.

In addition, Acuna Junior is ranked first in the major leagues in this category with 53 stolen bases. This season, he is aiming for the first 30 home runs -60 stolen bases in major league history.

Meanwhile, Atlanta’s ace Max Fried, who returned from injury on the 10th, will have his second start of the season. Attention is focusing on whether Fried can make up for the recent sluggishness of the starting lineup.

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