2019 Rookie of the Year 2nd place → Glass body fell… “It’s too disappointing.” Return date undecided
Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = Mike Soroka, who was once ranked second in the rookie of the year and was evaluated as the future of the Atlanta Braves starting lineup, is suffering from an injury again.
‘The Athletic’ reporter David O’Brien said on the 23rd (Korean time), “Soroka, who recently left due to a hamstring injury, is still feeling the pain. He is undecided on his participation in spring camp, and it is unknown when he will return.”
Soroka played his first full-time season in 2019 and recorded 13 wins, 4 losses, ERA 2.68 and 142 strikeouts, ranking second in the Rookie of the Year following Pete Alonso (New York Mets). He even finished 6th in Cy Young voting at the time. (1st place Jacob deGrom, 2nd place Hyunjin Ryu) 먹튀검증
However, his injuries continued to come, and he was injured in various parts such as the shoulder, groin, and Achilles tendon. After all, he couldn’t play a single game for two consecutive years including last year.
It’s not too late. He’s 25 years old, so he can start all over again. But the injury came again. “It feels like someone kicked the groin muscle,” says Soroka. To be honest, when the pain occurred, I was very worried and scared.”
Soroka was scheduled to compete for a fifth starter spot in spring training, but an injury has prevented him from making it to the current depth chart, and he is gradually drifting away from the club’s plans.
For now, Max Fried, Charlie Morton, Kyle Wright, and Spencer Strider will form the starting lineup, with Ian Anderson and Bryce Elder competing for the top five.