Wed. Jun 7th, 2023

Pitcher Ryan Yarbrough (31), who collapsed after being hit in the face by a bullet during a major league (MLB) game, was eventually placed on the injured list (IL).

The Kansas City Royals announced on the 9th (Korean time) that Yarbrough was placed on the 15-day IL after a hospital examination confirmed that he had a skull fracture.

Yarbrough will undergo additional examinations and, depending on the results, may be changed to a 60-day IL.

Yarbrough,먹튀검증 the Kansas City starting pitcher, was hit in the left temple by Ryan Noda in the top of the 6th inning against the Oakland Athletics at Kauffman Stadium the previous day.

Yarbrough threw an 87.9 mph (approximately 141.5 km) sinker that lay low in the middle of the 6th pitch in the ball count 3-ball-2 strike, but the ball Noda received and hit immediately flew at 106.2 mph (approximately 171 km) and hit Yabro’s face. It struck.

The impact was so strong that the ball hit Yarbrough’s face and bounced all the way to the foul line near home plate, and catcher Salvador Perez caught it and put the runner out from first base.

“I thought my heart stopped,” said Kansas City coach Matt Quatraro, looking back at the dangerous moment. “Fortunately, Yarbrough was conscious and spoke.”

Yarbrough, who played in the Tampa Bay Race from 2018 to last year and ate rice with Choi Ji-man (31, Pittsburgh Pirates) for 4 years, recorded a total of 41 wins and 35 losses with an average ERA of 4.41.

Yarbrough, who had a poor start this year, blocked 3 hits and 1 run in 5⅔ innings against Oakland, earning his first win (4 losses) of the season.

Kansas City called up right-hander Jose Kuas from Triple-A instead of Yarbrough, who had risen to the IL.

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