Toronto Blue Jays catcher Danny Jansen will not be able to play at least during the regular season.
Local media such as ‘Sportsnet’ quoted coach John Schneider’s announcement on the 9th (Korean time) and reported the news of Jansen’s absence from the regular season.
Jansen, who fractured his middle finger after being hit by a foul ball on his right hand during the previous Colorado expedition, underwent surgery to insert a pin into his finger.
Although he cannot appear in the regular season, there is a possibility of returning in the postseason. This is when the team advanced to the postseason.
Jansen was the catcher who worked best with Ryu Hyun-jin in Toronto. At the very least, he will no longer be able to pitch for the remainder of the regular season.
It’s not just disappointing news. Shortstop Bo Bichette, who left due to a right quadriceps injury, returned.메이저사이트
Bisset has been on the injured list twice since August. He missed 16 games with a right knee injury and 9 games with a quadriceps injury. The team recorded 14 wins and 11 losses in these 25 games.
Manager Schneider said that he will deal with Bisset cautiously and that he plans to play him as a designated hitter or grant him rest if necessary.
Third baseman Matt Chapman, who left the team due to a finger injury, is practicing sprinting, defense, and batting.
Right-hander Eric Swanson is scheduled to make a rehabilitation appearance in Triple A a day later. He is looking forward to his return after one appearance.