Hanwha Williams will replace Kwon Kwang-min in the fourth inning “to protect the player.”

Hanwha foreign hitter Nick Williams was injured in his hamstring after hitting a running two-run shot. Williams was injured after starting right fielder No. 4 in Game 14 of the season against KT of the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 18th and playing one hit in two at-bats (one homer) with two RBIs and two runs scored.

Williams, who got on base due to an error by second baseman Lee Ho-yeon in the second inning and homered when Choi Jae-hoon hit an RBI infield grounder, hit a two-run home run against KT starter Kim Min in the third inning with two outs and a 2-0 lead. He hit Kim Min’s 144km fastball in 1B-1S and reported his seventh home run of the season in 10 days since the match against Kiwoom in Gocheok on the 8th. 파친코

However, Williams finished the game early, replacing Kwon Kwang-min with the start of defense in the top of the fourth inning. A Hanwha official said, “Williams felt uncomfortable with his right hamstring, so he replaced it to protect the player.” I’m currently icing,” he said.

With Williams excluded, Hanwha’s outfield was reorganized into Choi In-ho (left fielder), Kwon Kwang-min (center fielder), and Lee Jin-young (right fielder). Hanwha has a 4-1 lead over KT as of the fourth inning.

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