Justin Turner (38, Boston Red Sox), who suffered a dizzying injury from being hit in the face during an exhibition game, is expected to return soon.
The Boston Globe, an American Boston media, reported on the 14th that Turner would return to the exhibition game on the 21st (hereinafter Korean time).
It’s been exactly two weeks since he got hit in the face by a pitch and left. Considering the dizziness at the time of the injury, it is a very early comeback. This is because there were no fractures.
Turner started an exhibition game against the Detroit Tigers on the 7th and was hit in the face by Matt Manning’s ball in the first inning and collapsed as it was.
Afterwards,먹튀검증 Turner suffered significant bleeding. Fortunately, Turner got himself up and walked off the field, avoiding serious injuries, including a fracture and brain hemorrhage.
Turner recently had stitches removed from his face and started baseball training. Next week, it seems that he will prepare to join the opening roster by participating in an exhibition game.
Turner, who will be in his 15th year in the major leagues, signed a two-year, up to $21.7 million contract with Boston in January. After the 2023 season, he could exercise an opt-out.
Turner recorded a batting average of 0.278, 13 homers, 81 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.350, and an OPS of 0.788 in 128 games as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers last year.