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KT’S KIM MIN-SOO TO UNDERGO TO ANKLE SURGERY, WILL BE OUT OF SEASON FOR 3 MONTHS

KT Wiz right-handed pitcher Kim Min-soo (31) underwent surgery on his left ankle, ending his season prematurely.” Kim Min-soo underwent surgery on his left ankle two days ago (Nov. 14),” KT manager Lee Kang-cheol (57) said before the team’s upcoming game against the Doosan Bears at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on Nov. 16.”During the Iksan Futures training on the 10th, Kim suffered a fracture in his left ankle (outer peach bone area), and on the 14th, he had a successful surgery at an orthopedic clinic in Seoul,” the KT club explained, adding, “It will take more than three months to return. “Kim was left off the opening day roster due to a sore shoulder and returned to the first team in late May of this year, but struggled with a 1-4 record and a 6.92 ERA in 14 games .Last year, Kim was the centerpiece of KT’s bullpen, going 5-4 with three saves and a 1.90 ERA in 30 appearances .Remembering Min-soo’s “good days,” Lee Kang-cheol expected him to return in September .Park Young-hyun, who has been a setup man this season, was selected for the Hangzhou Asian Games and was away for more than two weeks. Kim Min-soo tried to improve his pitching, but he 바카라사이트 injured his ankle in training and was unable to return this season. “We will decide on Park’s replacement over time,” Lee said. Despite the news of his teammate’s surgery, the KT squad is unwavering. After being in last place (10th) with a winning percentage of 0.375 (18 wins, 30 losses, 2 draws) through 50 games of the regular season this year, KT has rebounded with 36 wins, 15 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.706 in 51 games to reach third place in the middle standings (as of the 15th).Lee attributed the turning point to the arrival of William Cuevas, who was “reintroduced” in June as a replacement for Bo Schuler .Cuevas has pitched in 10 games this year, going 6-0 with a 3.13 ERA.”His return stabilized the starting rotation when the team needed it most,” Lee said, “and we saw the invisible effect of him taking the pressure off the other guys.”

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