Noh Kyung-eun, a Korean professional baseball SSG pitcher, joins her team’s spring camp after being told that she will not have to undergo gallbladder removal surgery.
On the 2nd, the SSG team 메이저사이트 announced, “Roh Kyung-eun will depart through Incheon International Airport today and join the SSG spring camp located in Florida, USA.” Last year, Noh Kyung-eun played in 41 games, going back and forth between the starter and the bullpen, and contributed to SSG’s combined championship by playing an active role with 12 wins and 5 losses, 1 save, 7 holds, and an ERA of 3.05.
Initially, Noh Kyung-eun was listed on the SSG spring camp call list. However, before his departure, he felt severe pain and went to the hospital, where he underwent surgery to remove his gallbladder at two hospitals. As a result, he was excluded from the spring camp roster and was scheduled to be on the operating table.
However, on the 31st of last month, at a specialized hospital he visited for surgery, he received a finding that the swelling of the gallbladder was not large and could be postponed after his retirement. The SSG team conducted an additional examination at another hospital on the 1st. The hospital side diagnosed Noh Kyung-eun, saying, “There is inflammation of the gallbladder, but it is not to the extent of surgery. If you exercise and eat well, there will be no problem.”
Accordingly, he prepared to join the spring camp immediately. He is scheduled to participate in team training from the 3rd local time. Noh Kyung-eun said, “I’ve built my body well up until now, but I’m afraid I’ll go back to nothing. I’m glad I received the opinion that I don’t need surgery.” I want to throw the ball,” he said.