Oh no,’ Altuve, surgery for finger fracture… What about Houston’s ‘main second baseman’

Jose Altuve will leave the WBC national team as well as his team due to a finger injury.

American local media MLB.com reported on the 20th (Korean time), “Altuve will undergo surgery for a fractured thumb on his right hand.”

Altuve, who played for the Venezuelan national team in the World Baseball Classic (WBC), was injured in the quarterfinal match against the United States on the 19th.

At the end of the 5th inning,먹튀검증 when the team trailed by 2-5, Altuve, who was at bat on second and third base, was hit by a 95.9 mph (about 154 km) fastball from Daniel Bard, pitcher of the US national team, and was immediately replaced.

As a result of the hospital examination, it was reported that it was a fractured thumb, and it was reported that Altuve needed two months of rehabilitation.

Altuve’s team, the Houston Astros, is also in high demand. This is because the departure of the main second baseman gives a fatal blow to his power in a situation where the opening of the league is just around the corner.

According to the media, Houston general manager Dana Brown also expressed regret, saying, “Altuve’s injury is a great misfortune.”

“I will recover quickly and return to the team,” Altuve said.

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