Boston Turner ‘returned as soon as possible’ after being hit in the face by a ball

Justin Turner (39, Boston), who collapsed after being hit in the face by a ball, said he would return early after overcoming the pain.

Turner said on his SNS on the 8th (Korean time), “Thank you for all the messages and prayers. Everything is fine, so I think I’m really lucky. The Red Sox medical staff and hospitals are great. We will return to the field as soon as possible.” 바카라사이트

Turner, who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers until last year and moved to Boston with a two-year, up to $21.7 million free agent contract, was hit in the face by opposing pitcher Matt Manning’s ball in his first at-bat in the first inning of an exhibition game against Detroit on the 7th. Turner was taken to the hospital by ambulance and received 16 stitches. Fortunately, he had no fractures or concussions.

Afterwards, opposing pitcher Manning said, “It was a complete accident. He tried to induce a swing with a high ball, but the ball fell out.” Boston coach Alex Cora also said, “A ball coming over the shoulder is always scary. Fortunately, the condition is not severe. “I don’t know how long it will take him to recover, but it’s good that there are no fractures.”

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