Roh Kyung-eun (SSG), who was scheduled to undergo gallbladder removal surgery, put the surgery on hold and left for the United States.
On the 2nd, SSG Landers said, “Noh Kyung-eun, who received gallbladder removal surgery at two hospitals on the 26th and 27th, visited a hospital specializing in cholecystectomy on the 31st, but as a result of the pre-operative examination, the swelling of the gallbladder was not large, so she retired from surgery. I was told that it could be withheld later.”
“However, the club conducted an additional examination at another specialized hospital on the 1st for a more accurate examination as it is an important issue related to the player’s health. I was told that if I do well, there will be no problems in the future.”
SSG quickly consulted with the staff at the Florida camp, and Noh Kyung-eun joined the Florida camp on the 2nd through Incheon International Airport. He will be participating in camp training from the 3rd, according to local time.
Noh Kyung-eun said, “I was worried that the things I’ve been doing well so far would be in vain, but after cross-checking at various hospitals, I was glad that I didn’t have to undergo surgery.” Afterward, I was told that I could have surgery, and my condition is fine.”
Next, he said about the spring camp plan, “I have been steadily building my body during the off-season, so I want to go and throw the ball right away.” 메이저놀이터
Noh Gyeong-eun, who wore the SSG uniform last season, played an active role as a starter in the first half and as a relief pitcher in the second half. He recorded an average ERA of 3.05 in 41 games (8 starts), 12 wins, 5 losses, 1 save, 7 holds, 79⅔ innings, and 28 runs (27 earned runs), contributing to the KBO League’s first ‘Wire-to-Wire’ championship. Following this, he pitched in three games in the Korean Series. He scored 2 runs (2 earned) in ⅔ innings in the 1st game, but contributed to the’unified victory’ by making good pitches with no runs in 2⅓ innings in the 4th game and 1 scoreless inning in the 5th game.