Kia Tigers’ Will Crowe heads to the operating table.

Crowe traveled to the United States for a second opinion on a torn ligament in his elbow and was told he needed surgery. After receiving conflicting opinions from Korean doctors about the need for injections and surgery, Crowe traveled to the United States to receive a diagnosis from his primary care physician.

The Kia announced in a press release on the 31st, “Crowe underwent a reexamination of the injured area (right medial collateral ligament) on the 30th local time. As a result of the examination, he was diagnosed with the same ligament injury as in Korea, and surgery is required. 카지노사이트 He will undergo reconstructive surgery on the 31st,” the organization announced.

The exact length of the rehabilitation period was not revealed, but the season ended prematurely.

His return to the Kia is now virtually impossible. He will likely leave the team after a short 48-day stint with the organization, starting on Opening Day.

Crowe was considered one of the best pitchers in the game when he joined the active major leagues last winter. He raised expectations in spring training and exhibition games by showing off his powerful stuff.

He was the Opening Day starter and went 5-1 with a 3.57 ERA in eight appearances. He made one quality start. The expectation was for a dominant performance, but it fell short. In early May, he complained of pain while pitching out of the bullpen to prepare for a start, and he was sidelined.

Kia signed a new foreign left-hander, Cam Aldred. 파워볼실시간 Aldred arrived in the country today and is expected to make his first appearance as early as next weekend after going through the work visa process.

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