Bad news happened to the Cincinnati Reds.
The Cincinnati club placed outfielder Jake Fraley (28) on the 10-day injured list (IL) on the 6th (Korean time). The reason for the IL listing is a stress fracture in his left fourth toe. According to Cincinnati manager David Bell, Fraley’s condition worsened as the pain in his calf moved down to his foot. Cincinnati called outfielder TJ Hopkins, who was in the minor leagues at Triple-A, to fill Fraley’s vacancy. Hopkins hit 0.318 with 16 homers and 53 RBIs in Triple-A this year.먹튀검증
He played in 92 games for Fraley before being injured, with a batting average of 0.263 (76 hits in 289 at-bats), 15 homers and 63 RBIs. The combined OPS of on-base percentage (0.346) and slugging percentage (0.467) was 0.813. He stood out in most indicators of offense, ranking second in home runs on the team following Spencer Steer (0.272 batting average, 17 homers, 62 RBIs). He was one of only five Cincinnati hitters to reach a double-digit home run.
Fraley was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2nd round of the 2016 draft. He was traded to the Seattle Mariners in November 2018 and transferred to Cincinnati in March last year. His overall performance in the big leagues (5 years) was a batting average of 0.238, 36 home runs and 128 RBIs. He hit double-digit home runs for the second year in a row this season. However, he had a hiatus due to an unexpected fracture injury.