SSG Landers veteran right-hander Noh Kyung-eun (39) could not leave the spring camp.
The SSG team will head to Florida, USA, where the 2023 Spring Camp is located via Incheon International Airport on the 30th. Some players went to the starting line on the 25th, and they set off to the campsite that day.
While everyone arrived at the airport early in the morning and prepared for departure, Noh Kyung-eun was missing. Originally, he was scheduled to go to the campsite as the main camp, but was excluded from the camp list.
An SSG official said, “I have gallbladder pain. I received a surgical opinion. I am going to have gallbladder removal surgery on the 31st,” he said. “I will be discharged in two days. Training takes about a week. We need stability,” he said.
Then, the official said, “I can’t exercise for about 10 days. 토토사이트 Whether or not to join the camp will be checked and decided after the surgery. Instead of Noh Kyung-eun, rookie infielder Kim Gun-woong is heading to the campsite.”
Manager Kim Won-hyeong said, “Kyung-eun is a player who builds her body well during the off-season. But he said he was sorry. It’s not a big deal, so I hope he gets surgery and recovers quickly. He said that he would make his body so that he could join the camp quickly.”
Noh Kyung-eun was injured last season, but contributed to the team’s combined championship by recording 12 wins, 5 losses, 1 save and 7 holds, and an average ERA of 3.05 in 41 games, both starting and bullpen. In recognition of being a great help, he was also stamped for 170 million won, a 70 million won increase from last year’s annual salary.
Meanwhile, the SSG team will hold their first camp after leaving the US on this day. After returning home on February 26th, the second camp, including practice games, will be held in Okinawa, Japan on the 28th until March 8th.