‘Hugh, I’m glad’ Darvish diagnosed with hamstring cramps… There won’t be any escape
The San Diego Padres wiped their hearts out in surprise. It was revealed that starter Darvish Yu’s injury was not serious.
Darvish started on the 24th (Korean time) in an away game against the Arizona Diamondbacks held at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, but suddenly went down the mound while pitching in the bottom of the 6th inning.
A scene in which he complained of discomfort in his right leg was captured on the broadcast screen. It was a situation where there was a risk of injury.
Fortunately, however, it turned out not to be a major injury. Coach Bob Melvin explained in an interview after the game, “I had a spasm in my right hamstring.” He said, “I don’t have a hamstring pull or anything like that, so I won’t have any problems with my next appearance.”
Darvish also said in an interview, “I just had convulsions. Usually, stretching loosens it up, but today it didn’t, so I went down the mound,” he explained the situation. He added that the next appearance is possible without being listed on the injured list.
On this day, Darvish earned his first win of the season with 2 hits, 5 walks, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in 5 2/3 innings.
Director Melvin said, “He seemed to have a good sense of what he needed. He knew the situation and wanted to hold on for a long time. He also struck out when needed. He also threw harder than before. He evaluated Darvish’s pitching, saying, “It wasn’t like him to have a lot of walks, but he allowed only two hits.” 스포츠토토
Darvish said, “Most of them liked it. He got his fastball up to 97 mph, his hard cutter improved and his splitter was consistently good. Having a lot of walks is a problem to consider. He needs to reduce his walks,” he said.
When asked if there were any pitches that he had difficulty with, he said, “The weather in Arizona is dry, so the ball is a little dry. I was worried about that,” he said, saying there was no problem with a specific pitch.
On this day, San Diego’s two left-handers, Jake Cronenworth and Matt Carpenter, combined for 5 hits and 7 RBIs.
Manager Melvin described Carpenter’s appearance as “fantastic” and said, “Nelson Cruz was good at the beginning of the season, but now Carpenter is doing better. We’ll use players we think are doing well, but at the same time we won’t let players rest too long.
Darvish said, “Carpenter played very well against me. He’s a very good hitter, and he’s a respectable player. It’s so nice to be playing together on the same team now,” he said highly of his teammates.