Seiya Suzuki of the Cubs of Major League Baseball hurt the ring finger of his left hand when he stole the base against the Reds on the 26th, and he was replaced from the 4th defense.

Suzuki started in the 4th light and made a base hit in front of the center in the 3rd inning, then tried to steal to the second base, and when he touched the base with his left hand while avoiding contact with the opponent's second player, he touched his finger. I hurt.

The stolen base was successful, and Suzuki continued to play and defended three times, but he was replaced from four defenses.

According to the team, the reason for the change is a sprain on the ring finger of the left hand.