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Placed on injured list two weeks after being promoted to the big league

Bae Ji-hwan (25), who plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates of the American Major League Baseball (MLB), has stopped due to injury.

The Pittsburgh team announced on the 5th (Korean time) that Ji-Hwan Bae was diagnosed with a right wrist sprain and was placed on the injured list (IL).

Bae Ji-hwan suffered a left hip injury during this year’s spring camp and started the season on the injured list.

Bae Ji-hwan, who stayed in the minor league Triple A for a while after recovering from an injury, was called up to the big league on the 22nd of last month.

However, an injury to his wrist took him out of action after two weeks. Bae Ji-hwan’s entry into the injured list was applied retroactively to the 4th.

Pittsburgh coach Derek Shelton said, “Bae Ji-hwan didn’t feel good when he was swinging, and he was diagnosed with a wrist sprain when he was examined on the 4th.

The exact extent of Bae Ji-hwan’s injury or when he will return has not been revealed and will be revealed soon. Bae Ji-hwan played in 8 games in the big league this year, recording a batting average of 0.208 (5 hits in 24 at-bats), 2 RBIs, 2 stolen bases, 5 runs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.477. 고스톱

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