Adam Plutko, a right-handed foreign pitcher for the professional baseball LG Twins who was unable to pitch in the Korean Series due to a pelvic contusion, left Korea and returned to the United States on the 27th.짱구카지노
The LG club announced that Plutko, who had devoted himself to rehabilitation, left the country in consultation with the club and expressed his gratitude to the fans on the club’s social networking service (SNS).
Plutko said, “I can’t express my gratitude to the LG Twins fans who have been a haven for my family over the past two years,” and added, “Thank you so much for creating a special time for the whole family.”
He continued, “For the past two years, I have worked hard to help the LG Twins win, both when I am on the mound and throwing the ball, and when I am not,” and added, “I firmly believe that the LG Twins are building a dynasty, and I am a very small part of the process, but I can be a part of it.” “I think it’s a blessing to have it,” he added.
Lastly, Plutko prayed for the Korean Series to win, saying, “I will support the LG Twins for the rest of my life, and I cannot explain in words what the LG Twins have meant to me.”
Plutko, who debuted in the KBO League last year wearing an LG uniform, has a two-year career record of 26 wins, 8 losses, and an average ERA of 2.40. This year, he won 11 games (1 loss) in the first half of the year and played as an ace, but lost only 2 out of 4 games in the second half.
Despite good performance in the regular season, Plutco said goodbye to LG in the fall, leaving behind only bad memories. Last year, he rested for over 20 days due to back pain and went straight to the playoffs without pitching in actual games, but became the losing pitcher and ruined LG’s farming.
He insisted that he would immediately participate in the playoffs using his own rehabilitation method without throwing in practice, and the LG coaches believed in this and suffered a loss.
This year, he retired early due to a thigh injury at the end of August, but was diagnosed with a bruise on his left pelvis at the hospital and was out of action for four weeks.
When Plutko showed no fighting spirit even though there was enough time left until the Korean Series, LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop declared that he would not include him in the Korean Series entry at all.
Although he went through a form of consultation with the club, Plutko was kicked out due to the cold response of the LG club, which actually said it would not suffer a second time.
LG, which is currently preparing for the Korean Series through camp training at LG Champions Park in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, will move to Jamsil Stadium in Seoul from the 29th and begin its final training.