“If we come back to Dylan…” Good news from Doosan, first actual sortie on the 20th

Doosan’s new foreign pitcher, Dylan Pyle (27), finally makes his first real appearance. 

Dylan underwent a CT scan at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital on the 18th, and he was found to have no problems with exercise or pitching. Dylan himself does not feel any pain, so he will start as scheduled in a practice game against Yeoncheon Miracle, an independent baseball team, on the 20th. 

Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop also opened his eyes to the story of Dylan. Coach Lee Seung-yeop said of Dylan ahead of the match against Hanwha in Daejeon on the 19th, “I received a report that the test results were good. Tomorrow (20th) I decided to throw about 30 against Yeoncheon Miracle. He has to throw it tomorrow and check his condition again,” he said. 토토사이트

Next, coach Lee said, “I think I can join (first team) next month if I throw about two times in the second team and the condition is good.” Kim Dong-ju is playing a sufficient role as a substitute starter, so our team is enduring well. If he comes to Dylan, he will build a better power.” 

Dylan suffered a goal bruise early last month after being hit in the head by a batted ball during live pitching at the end of the Australian spring camp. Initially diagnosed with an 8-week break, the Doosan team did not rush to look at Dylan’s condition. From the 6th to the 9th, the 12th, and the 16th, he digested four bullpen pitches and finished preparations for actual combat. 

Even without Dylan, Doosan is cruising at the beginning of the season with 8 wins and 6 losses. Right-hander Kim Dong-ju, who took a chance as a substitute starter, is filling the void with an average ERA of 0.90 in 2 games, 1 win and 1 loss. When Dylan returns, it looks like he’ll be able to set the stage for a top-flight fight at full power.

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