Only Choi resumes rehabilitation.
The San Diego Padres’ Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas announced on the team’s social media account on Monday (July 9) that Choi will resume his MLB rehabilitation and listed him as the No. 4 designated hitter in the batting order.
Choi was hit by a foul ball in the eighth inning of a game against the Triple-A Round Rock Express (affiliated with the Texas Rangers) at Southwest University Park in El Paso, Texas, on June 6.
The San Diego Union-Tribune’s Annie Heilbrunn reported on social media that “manager Bob Melvin said Choi suffered an ankle fracture.”
“Choi is out for the season,” US media outlets reported in unison.
About 30 minutes later, Heilbrunn updated Choi’s status on social media, writing, “He broke his foot, not his ankle.”토스카지노
However, on July 7, Choi’s representative told local media outlets, “It’s not a fracture, it’s just a bruise, and I’ll be back in rehab soon.”
Two days later, the El Paso Chihuahuas announced that Choi had resumed rehabilitation.
Fans are confused. “I thought he was injured…” and “How can an injured player play?” were some of the reactions.