“Injury I suffered often, but still rode the Silver Slugger” 366.5 billion shortstop who missed 4G in a row, reason to be confident despite wrist injury

 San Diego Padres Xander Bogarts (31) failed to play in four consecutive games. 

San Diego won 10-3 in a match against the Seattle Mariners held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 8th (hereafter Korean time). However, Bogarts suffered a left wrist injury and missed four games in a row. 스포츠토토

Bogarts, who signed an 11-year, $280 million (approximately 366.5 billion won) contract with San Diego this season, recorded a somewhat disappointing performance with a batting average of .252 (54 hits in 214 at-bats), 7 homers, 21 RBIs, and an OPS of .725 in 57 games. in progress Recently, he has been unable to play due to a wrist injury.

MLB.com, the official major league media outlet, said, “The San Diego star shortstop was excluded from the starting lineup for four consecutive games. But Bogarts and San Diego are still optimistic that they can come off the injured list and return from their away series against Colorado over the weekend.” 

“I’m stubborn on this issue,” said Bogarts, who went through batting and defense drills. I want to go to the game I know I’m probably not in the best shape, but I still want to get out. I’ve had (wrist pain) many times. And in the year with the same problem, he won many Silver Sluggers. Nothing to worry about at all. It’s just a little complicated this time.” 

MLB.com said, “In fact, Bogarts often had the same problem while playing for Boston and was able to play most of the time. Why is the injury a bit more complicated this year? Bogatz received cortisone injections during spring training (mostly for preventive purposes). However, even though he has a bigger injury now, he can’t get another injection treatment because he has just had an injection treatment. Because of this, he has no choice but to rely on treatment and rest.” “Because of the wrist injury, Bogatz was also affected by his hitting. He added that on May 8, he had an OPS of .843, but his OPS dropped to .725 after the wrist injury worsened.”