Houston – Law Charlie Morton, of the Atlanta Braves, was knocked out in Game One of the World Championships against the Houston Astros in the third game with a fracture of his right fibula.
After undergoing X-rays, the team later reported that the bowler had fractured his right fibula, would not play again in the World Championships, and was expected to be ready to play again in spring training.
“Morton underwent an x-ray tonight that revealed a fracture of his right fibula. He will miss the rest of the world championships and is expected to be ready for spring training in 2022,” the team said in a statement.
RHP Charlie Morton underwent an X-ray tonight which revealed a fracture of his right fibula. He will miss the remainder of the world championship and is expected to be ready for spring training in 2022.
Atlanta Braves October 27, 2021
Morton, who was not allowed to run, was hit in the ankle by a ground running by a first officer on the base. Yuli Gouriel The beginning of the end of the second episode. The right-handed remained in the game, but in the third game he had to leave due to pain and swelling.
The Braves beat Dominican Astros writer, Southbow Framber Valdez, with eight hits and five runs in two rounds, forcing manager Dusty Baker to replace him with no exit in the third round. cuban man Jorge Soler He became the first player in history to open the World Championships with a home race and Adam Duval Homer added two runs in the third set.
Valdes threw 52 shots in two complete rounds. Morton used 44 throws in 2.1 runs. This is the third time that starting bowlers have not completed three runs in the first game of the World Championships. It also happened in 1966 and 1923.
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