‘Thor’, whose fingertips are covered in blood…

Right-handed pitcher “Thor” Noah Syndergaard (31, LA Dodgers) suffered a finger injury during the game and was taken down.

Syndergaard started in the Milwaukee Brewers away game held at American Family Field in Wisconsin, USA on the 10th (Korean time) and went down the mound in one inning. Syndergaard had a problem with his right index finger before pitching in the bottom of the first inning, so a trainer came up to the mound to check his condition. MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), reported that ‘Synthegaard, whose fingertips appeared to be covered in blood, returned to the mound minutes later’.

At the end of the first inning, Syndergaard was driven to first and second base safely with Christian Yelich’s hit and Jesse Winker’s walk. However, after he caught Willy Adames with a fly to left field, he induced Rowdy Telles to double-stroke to finish the inning without 스포츠토토 conceding a run. At the end of the second inning, Syndergaard was caught examining his right finger at dugout, and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts immediately started the bullpen and put Phil Bickford on the mound. Syndergaard’s season record maintained 1 win and 3 losses. However, his earned run average slightly declined from 6.32 to 6.12.

Syndergaard’s career (8 years), which debuted in the big leagues in 2015, is 58-44 with an ERA of 3.52. During his time with the New York Mets, he was seen as a next-generation player, but was plagued by injury. In 2020, he underwent Tommy John surgery (elbow ligament joint surgery) and was away for a long time. Last year, when he made his full-fledged comeback, he seemed to have succeeded in recovering by winning 10 wins (10 losses) with the Los Angeles Angels and Philadelphia Phillies. After the season, he signed a one-year, $13 million (17.2 billion won) contract with the Dodgers. However, his restraint fell significantly and he struggled.

According to Fangraph.com, a site specializing in MLB records, Syndergaard’s speed, which averaged 98.3 miles (158.2 km/h) in 2017, fell to 92.1 miles (148.2 km/h) this year. The lowest level since debuting in the big leagues. After recovering from Tommy John surgery, 94.7 miles (152.4 km/h) in 2021 and 93.8 miles (151 km/h) last year, the restraint competitiveness continues to deteriorate without brakes. To make matters worse, it was difficult to predict the next start due to a finger injury.

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