KIA starting pitcher Crow fights back

Will Crowe (29), the first starting pitcher for the professional baseball KIA Tigers, was struck by an elbow injury.

The KIA club announced on the 10th that Crow, who had been to the hospital due to pain in his right elbow, would be excluded from the first team entry.

Two days ago, during the Daegu expedition, Crow felt elbow pain after a bullpen pitch, so he underwent an initial examination at a hospital in Daegu. On the 9th, he double-checked at two hospitals and was diagnosed with damage to the medial collateral ligament of his right elbow.

The KIA team added that Crow is scheduled to be re-examined at the hospital in two weeks.

Na Seong-beom, the main gun, who was recovering from a minor injury to his right thigh muscle (hamstring), returned at the end of last month and KIA was at full strength, but this time, Crow’s departure left a big hole in the starting lineup.

Crow appeared in eight games this year, posting a record of 5 wins, 1 loss, and an ERA of 3.57, leading KIA’s starting lineup along with Yang Hyeon-jong (3 wins, 1 loss) and James Nail (4 wins, 1 loss). 고스톱

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