Doosan Bears outfielder Kim In-tae (29) is working hard to make a comeback in the second half of the season.
Doosan head coach Lee Seung-yeop revealed Kim’s latest update ahead of the team’s home game against the Kiwoom Heroes at 6:30 p.m. on July 7 at Jamsil Stadium.
Kim In-tae was sidelined in early April with a dislocated shoulder and ligament injury, and at the time, Lee was deeply saddened by his injury. Luckily, he avoided surgery, but it’s a sensitive area and his return has been delayed.메이저놀이터
Doosan, whose outfield depth was weakened by the departure of Ahn Kwon-soo last year, also suffered from the injury to Kim In-tae.
Lee said, “I haven’t received a report that Kim In-tae’s physical condition has improved yet. I know that he hasn’t even started technical training yet,” Lee said.
Kim is currently undergoing rehabilitation. He will be ready to return in the second half of the season.
“Initially, we thought he would return in June, but it seems to be a bigger injury than we thought,” said Lee. “It’s a ligament injury, so we have to approach it carefully. When we start the second half of the season, we’ll do technical training in earnest.”
Kim appeared in six games this year, batting .263 (5-for-19).