‘I hit 97 mph on my elbow,’ boasts the 0-time NL MVP

Ronald Acuña Jr. (26, Atlanta Braves) will play without missing a beat after being hit in the elbow by a hard fastball in his last game.

Atlanta will host the Pittsburgh Pirates on 10 October at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

According to the pre-game lineup, Acuña Jr. will start in right field for Atlanta. He’ll start and defend. There appears to be no dune aftermath.

Previously, Acuña Jr. was hit in the left elbow by Collin Holderman’s 97 mph sinker in the sixth inning against Pittsburgh on 9 September. He was wearing protection, but the impact must have been strong.

Afterwards, Acuña Jr. complained of pain and was eventually removed from the game in favour of a pinch-hitter. There were concerns about his injury.

However, a medical examination revealed that he did not suffer a fracture, and he appears to be in good enough shape to play without missing a game.온라인바카

Acuña Jr. is irreplaceable for Atlanta. Through nine games, he’s batting .339 with 26 home runs, 68 RBIs, a .422 slugging percentage and a 1.008 OPS in 111 games this season.

Acuña Jr. also leads the majors in stolen bases with 53. He is on pace to become the first player in major league history to hit 30 home runs and steal 60 bases this season.

Meanwhile, Atlanta will welcome back ace Max Fried for his second start of the season after returning from injury on the 10th. It will be interesting to see if Fried can make up for the recent struggles of the starting rotation.

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