Luchinski, who went to IL due to abdominal pain, this time delayed rehabilitation due to knee problems
Drew Luchinski (34), who advanced to the major leagues with his performance in the NC Dinos in the KBO League, has a rough road.
In an interview ahead of the home game against the Pittsburgh Pirates held at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on the 7th (hereafter referred to as Korean time), Oakland coach Mark Katsay told about Luczynski’s condition.
Not good news. “There was something wrong with his knee during his last bullpen game, and an examination is currently underway. This is the best information I can give,” he said, noting that his rehabilitation was disrupted.
Luczynski was placed on the 15-day disabled list due to stomach pain after a May 16 home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
As for the reason for his injury, the hiatus is getting longer, and the reason has finally been explained.
Luczynski, who had a successful career with 121 starts in NC over the past four seasons and recorded a 53-36 loss average of 3.06, signed a one-year contract with Oakland ahead of this season with a team option for 2024.
He dreamed of a golden return,토토사이트 but his reality was grim. He started on the injured list due to a hamstring injury, and even after his return, he had a 9.00 earned run average (22 runs in 18 innings, 18 earned runs) in four appearances.
Here’s a look that doesn’t follow the body. His hiatus is lengthening as he is plagued by injuries.
Meanwhile, Oakland sent infielder Nick Allen down to Triple-A Las Vegas ahead of the game and called up infielder Kevin Smith.