Liam Hendricks (Chicago White Sox), who overcame blood cancer and returned to the mound, left due to an elbow injury.
The White Sox placed Hendricks on the 15-day disabled list (IL) on the 12th (Korean time). because of an elbow injury.
According to the Associated Press, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn explained that Hendrix’s elbow discomfort was showing up the same way as last year. Hendricks went to IL on June 15 of last year with a right forearm flexor sprain and returned on July 5.
“At this time, we don’t know if we’ll go through a similar process this year. Hendricks will need to undergo further testing,” Han explained.
Hendricks, who reigned as the best closer in the major leagues and was selected as an All-Star three times in his career, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, in January.
Instead of preparing for the season, he started fighting the disease and was cured after more than three months of chemotherapy.안전놀이터
On the 30th of last month, he returned to the big leagues and wrote the drama ‘Human Victory’.
Hendricks is recording an ERA of 5.40 with 2 wins, 1 save and 5 innings in 5 games this year.
However, he left again less than two weeks after returning from a forearm injury, and was forced to take a break.