Kiwoom Heroes’ Lee Jung-hoo finally goes on the operating table.
Kiwoom Heroes (CEO Wee Jae-min) announced on the afternoon of the 24th, “Outfielder Lee Jung-hoo was diagnosed with a left ankle extensor ligament injury after undergoing a detailed examination including MRI and x-rays at CM Hospital and Sejong Sports Orthopaedic Surgery on Monday (24th).”
“He will be scheduled for surgery after further examination at Sejong Sports Orthopaedic Surgery on the 25th (tomorrow).” “The post-operative rehabilitation period will take about three months, which may change depending on the speed of his recovery,” he added.
Lee Jung-hoo’s injury to the extensor tendon is a damaged membrane that wraps around the ankle tendon and requires suture surgery to repair.
Earlier, Lee started as the No. 3 hitter in the middle infield against the Lotte Giants at Sajik Baseball Stadium on the 22nd and was replaced in the bottom of the eighth inning after feeling pain in his left ankle while fielding.바카라사이트
There are concerns that he is out for the season.
Lee has been on fire this season, batting .319 with six home runs and 45 RBIs in 85 games, and his absence is a blow to the team, especially as he has contributed to the team by going 3-for-3 on injury replacement days.
His participation in the Hangzhou Asian Games is also uncertain. The injury is even more devastating as Lee was preparing to enter the big leagues through the Major League Baseball posting system at the end of this season.