Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman has been placed on the injured list.
The Blue Jays put Chapman on the injured list ahead of a home game against the Washington Nationals on the 29th (Korean time) due to a sprained ligament ligament in his right middle finger.
Chapman was substituted the previous day after suffering a serious finger injury during a home game against the Cleveland Guardians.
After the game, he underwent an MRI examination, and was eventually placed on the injured list.
Chapman had previously missed three games in mid-August due to a finger injury. The problem was that he bumped his finger on a dumbbell during weight training.
After his return, his performance was poor. He went 5-for-32 (0.156 batting average) in 9 games with 1 RBI, 3 walks and 14 strikeouts, with one extra base hit and one double.
According to Toronto coach John Schneider, Chapman played through the pain. As a result, he faced a bigger void.토토사이트
Toronto called up infielder Ernie Clements from Triple-A. Davis Schneider was the third baseman for this game.
Coach Schneider said in an interview with local media such as ‘Sportsnet’ that until Chapman returns, the third baseman will be divided among several players.
Before the game on this day, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who was a third baseman and moved his position to first baseman, also practiced third base defense. In this regard, he added that he plans to use it only in ‘unique situations’ such as late game substitutions.
Meanwhile, Beau Bisset, who was replaced due to a right quadriceps injury in the game the previous day, will undergo an MRI examination on the same day. Depending on the results of the examination, the future course of action will be decided.