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Who hit the fence, was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder… and the team came from behind to win

San Francisco Giants outfielder Lee Jung-hoo was injured. The team won a dramatic upset.

Lee Jung-hoo started the first center fielder in the home game against the Cincinnati Reds at Oracle Park on the 13th (Korea time).

He played for the first time after taking three games off due to a left foot contusion. However, he failed to take the batter’s box and was replaced.

His defense was a problem in the top of the first inning. With the bases loaded with two outs, he threw himself into the fence while chasing a hit by Jaymer Candelario, and in the process, he collided strongly with the fence.

After hitting his left shoulder hard, he grabbed his left shoulder and complained of pain. After that, the trainer left the ground holding his left arm.

The Giants announced that Lee Jung-hoo has been ruled out of the game due to a left shoulder strain.

More detailed news was reported after the game. Coach Bob Melvin told a news conference with the San Francisco Chronicle and other local media that Lee Jung-hoo has been diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and will undergo an MRI examination a day later.
San Francisco, which lost Lee Jung-hoo, won 6-5.

Casey Schmidt finished the game with a double over the left field in the bottom of the 10th inning with two outs and runners on first and second bases.

San Francisco, which was dragged 0-3 with Lee Jung-hoo’s injury scene leading to a runner-up double, overturned 5-3 with Matt Chapman’s timely hit, Ramonte Wade Jr.’s two-run homer, and Heliot Ramos and Blake Seibol’s timely hit in the fifth inning.

However, in the seventh inning, he allowed Jake Fraley a hit to the left, with two outs and runners on first and third, and in the eighth inning, he gave up a solo home run to Mike Ford to tie the game 5-5.

In the end, the game was decided by the end of the 10th inning.

Starting pitcher Kyle Harrison recovered stability after allowing three runs in the first inning. He allowed three hits, five walks, five strikeouts, and three runs in five innings.

Camilo Doval took the mound as relief pitcher with two outs and a runner on first base in the top of the eighth inning, striking out Eli de la Cruz and allowing no run in the fourth out, laying foundation for his team’s victory. Luke Jackson became the winning pitcher by blocking the top of the 10th inning.스포츠토토

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