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Railly will undergo left elbow surgery ahead of free agency

Left-handed pitcher Brooks Railly (New York Mets), who was most feared by ‘Grandson of the Wind’ Lee Jung-hoo (San Francisco Giants) when he played in the KBO, will undergo left elbow surgery ahead of free agency.

“New York Mets relief pitcher Brooks Reilly will undergo left elbow ligament reconstruction surgery next week and will be out for the season,” according to American sports media ‘The Score’ on April 22 (KST), “and his absence will be a major blow to the Mets’ pitching staff.”

After being placed on the 15-day disabled list with left elbow pain on May 22, he received an injection but showed no signs of recovery, 바카라사이트 leading to the surgery.

In his five-year career with the Lotte Giants, which began in 2015, Reilly has compiled a 48-53 record with a 4.13 ERA and 755 strikeouts in 152 games (910⅔ innings).

In 2017, he went 13-7 with a 3.80 ERA in 30 games (187⅓ innings), leading Lotte to the postseason.

The left-handed southpaw’s ability to hide the ball and get out of the zone made him a killer for lefties. Right-hander Lee Jung-hoo was held to two hits, two walks and six strikeouts in 15 at-bats against Railly.

After failing to re-sign with Lotte, Brooks returned to the United States in 2020 and recorded his first double-digit holds (10) in 2021 with the Houston Astros. In 2022 with the Tampa Bay Rays and last year with the New York Mets, Brooks set a career-high with 25 holds for the second straight season.

In eight appearances this season, he is 1-4 with a 0.00 ERA. Reilly, who has been with the Mets since last year after signing a 2+1 year, $15.25 million free agent contract with Tampa Bay in November 2021, will be eligible for free agency again after this season. However, 메이저 토토사이트 if he goes under the knife, he will need at least a year of rehabilitation.