KIA Tigers infielder Park Chan-ho (28) is making a rapid recovery. Park took batting practice before the Gwangju game against the LG Twins on April 19. The day before, he took batting practice indoors and on the field.

He suffered a ligament injury to the fourth finger of his left hand while head-first sliding to first base after hitting an infield grounder at Daegu Samsung Electronics on Dec. 12. He was told he needed about three weeks to recover. But I was back in batting practice in seven days. Her recovery is just as fast.스포츠토토

“Yesterday I took batting practice indoors, and today I took batting practice in the field. He says he feels good. There was some pain, but it’s much better. If we do a good job of taping it, there might not be any pain. I’ll wait for the second half. We’re thinking of him as a pinch-hitter and a pinch-runner.”

Park Chan-ho runs home to score a run.
On the possibility of being used as a pinch-hitter, he said, “I’ll have to think about it. I need to see how much it hurts to hit. He said he wants to play today. I think he’s thinking about the team (that’s on a losing streak) and he thinks he can win if he goes out there. It’s his style to go out there and be active, run and defend and lead the game,” he laughed.

The defense hasn’t been a problem. In the Gwangju game against Doosan on the 18th, he played shortstop in the second half, catching and throwing out balls without difficulty. It’s still unlikely that he’ll start. If he does, he will have to undergo a final checkup at the hospital. If he recovers quickly, he could start next week.

Without Park Chan-ho, who is batting 3-for-2 with 29 stolen bases, the team has lost its offense. They lost all four games and fell into a five-game losing streak. Kim Do-young took over as the No. 1 hitter, but he struggled with no hits in three games. Park Chan-ho’s role in the team’s offense was crucial. The sooner he returns, the better for the team.

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