Professional baseball Lotte Laird Surgery on the waist with rice Despair to return during this season October 21, 19:10
Professional baseball Lotte announced in August that Laird, who had been temporarily returning to the United States for treatment of his lower back, had an operation for herniated disc.
Laird marked the team's top 32 home runs and 89 RBIs last season, and was fourth in the opening round this season.
However, in August, he was deregistered as a player in the 1st Army due to a feeling of discomfort in his lower back, and then returned to the United States for treatment.
In 39 games this season, he had a batting average of 20%, 3 minutes, 3 home runs, 6 home runs, and 15 RBIs.
And on the 21st, the team announced that Laird had surgery for a lumbar disc herniation at a hospital in Arizona.
This made me desperate to return during this season, but I signed a two-year contract off last season, leaving one more year left.
Lotte, who is second in the Pacific League, is behind the leader Softbank by 6.5 games, but the batting average of the team is 20%, 3 minutes and 6 minutes, which is not the lowest in both leagues until the 20th, even in the final battle of the game. Many games are lost due to a serious lack of scoring ability.