Ryan Yarbrough (Kansas Royals), who collapsed on the spot after being hit in the face by a bullet during a major league (MLB) game, was fortunately put on the injured list (IL) without surgery. .
The Kansas City team announced on the 9th (Korean time) that Yarbro was confirmed to have a skull fracture as a result of a medical examination and was placed on the 15-day IL. The club added that Yarbrough will not undergo surgery, and that Yarbrough did not lose consciousness at the time of the accident.
Kansas City pitcher Yarbrough was hit in the left temple by a batted ball from Ryan Noda in the top of the 6th inning against the Oakland Athletics at Kauffman Stadium on the 8th and sat down.
At that time, the exit speed reached 106.2 miles (about 171 km / h). The ball hit Yarbrough’s face and bounced all the way to the foul line near the home plate, surprising everyone watching.스포츠토토
Fortunately, Yarbrough received first aid and was helped out of the arena. Through that game, Yarbrough earned his first win of the season with 3 hits and 1 run in 5⅔ innings.
Meanwhile, with Yarbrough on the injured list, Kansas City called up right-hander Jose Kuas from Triple-A.