MLB Cubs bullpen pitcher fractures left hand after hitting wall in anger after allowing 3 runs

Cubs reliever Colton Brewer

Colton Brewer (31), a bullpen pitcher for the Chicago Cubs in the US Major League Baseball (MLB), suffered a fracture after hitting the dugout wall in a fit of anger after being pulled from the mound.

On the 7th (Korean time), Brewer came on as a relief pitcher for starting pitcher Kyle Hendriks in the top of the 3rd inning when the Angels were down 0-2 in a home game against the Los Angeles Angels held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, USA.

But Brewer was taken off the mound after allowing three runs (one earned) on two hits and three walks, including a throwing error in ⅔ innings.

After coming down from the mound, Brewer seemed disappointed with his pitch and hit the dugout wall with his fist, breaking a bone in his left hand.

Brewer, who was eventually placed on the 60-day injured list (IL), will not be able to play for the time being.

The only silver lining is that Brewer, a right-handed pitcher, injured his left hand.

Brewer, who made his major league debut with the San Diego Padres in 2018, played for the Boston Red Sox in 2019, the New York Yankees in 2023, and is wearing the Cubs uniform this season.

His career record over 6 seasons is 2 wins, 5 losses, 8 holds, 1 save, and an ERA of 5.10 in 100 games. 카지노사이트 추천

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