“Because it’s the part that uses power…”

“It’s a strong area, so…”.

Infielder Yoon Do-hyun, who drew attention for his hot hitting in the Kia Tigers’ Okinawa spring training camp, did not play for the second straight day. Manager Lee Bum-ho left Yoon Do-hyun off the roster for the game against the KT Wiz on April 4 at Kincho Baseball Stadium.

The day before, he felt tightness in his left oblique muscle during batting practice ahead of an exhibition game against the Lotte Giants. He was in the starting lineup, but was replaced by infielder Park Min and rested for the second straight day. It was for his own protection.

Lee said, “It’s a little tightness in the obliques. It’s nothing serious. He says he can play, but it’s a strong area, so it could be more upsetting if it’s tight,” Lee said.

“I think it’s better not to have him play until he returns home, and I’ll check him after he returns. I’m worried if he gets hurt in a game, but he’s been practicing, 바카라사이트 so I think he’ll be fine,” he added.

Yoon had four hits, including a home run, against KT on Feb. 25, and then hit a solo home run off Park Se-woong and a triple to right-center off Kim Won-joong against Lotte on Feb. 28.

He has been praised for his power and precision, and he has shown the ability to play all positions in the infield. Yoon was one step ahead of the competition for the backup infield spot. He is expected to return home on May 5 and, if his medical examination is positive, he will proceed with normal training.

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