Thank God. Kim In-hwan (Hanwha Eagles), who was replaced by hitting his right side on a 140-kilometer fastball, received a diagnosis that there was no abnormality. Kim In-hwan started as the second designated hitter in the 2023 professional baseball KBO League home game against the NC Dinos at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 22nd.

Kim In-hwan’s bat, which was struck out by NC starter Taylor Widener in his first at-bat in the bottom of the first inning, turned sharply at the bottom of the third inning with one out and second base when the two teams were tied 1-1. Widener’s 132km changeup at the first pitch and hit a timely RBI right-handed hit.

However, Kim In-hwan faced a dizzying situation in the bottom of the fifth inning. While attempting to bunt at first base with no outs, he was hit in the side of his right-handed bullpen resource Cho Min-seok’s 140km fastball. After complaining of extreme pain, he was eventually replaced by Kim Tae-yeon, a substitute. Afterwards, Kim In-hwan immediately went to Chungnam National University Hospital and underwent X-ray and CT scans.
As a result, fortunately, Kim In-hwan’s physical condition is not abnormal. A Hanwha official said, “There were no unusual results from X-ray and CT scans.”

Meanwhile, Hanwha led 5-4 before the ninth inning, but lost 5-7 in the top of the ninth inning by giving up a come-from-behind three-run shot to Jason Martin. As a result, Hanwha, which fell into a two-game losing streak, took on its 42nd loss (34 wins and 4 draws). NC, which has won four consecutive games, has 41 wins, one draw and 38 losses.

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