There is a reliable foreign player who greeted the opponent’s dugout twice saying “It’s okay” even after being hit in the elbow

Returning ace Alcantara faced a dizzying moment after pitching and brushing his elbow against the batted ball.

Doosan Raul Alcantara started in an exhibition game against KT Wiz held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 20th. Alcantara, who came to the mound at the bottom of the 4th inning when the score was 1-1, gave up a hit to Park Kyung-soo after a run and faced a crisis with a run and first base.

Lee Sang-ho, who was on the other line, hit Alcantara’s pitch and the ball grazed Alcantara’s elbow. Surprised, Alcantara threw down the glove and complained of pain. Seeing this, the Doosan dugout medical team quickly rushed to the ground.안전놀이터

Lee Sang-ho, who hit the ball, was also surprised. Upon reaching first base, Lee Sang-ho quickly called for time and moved toward Alcantara.

Fortunately, there were no injuries. Alcantara, who was going down the mound, raised her hand toward the KT dugout and made an okay gesture.

A Doosan official said, “The Alcantara replacement was replaced because it filled the pitch that was originally planned,” and “the ball grazed the elbow, but there was no particular pain.”

Alcantara, who threw a total of 67 pitches, checked his pitching with a slider (15), splitter (14), changeup (1), and curve (1) along with fastballs (36) with a maximum speed of 152km. He recorded 4 hits, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts and 3 runs in an inning.