Right-handed pitcher Jordan Balazovic (25), who drew attention in an absurd incident, was eventually notified of going to the minor leagues.

CBS Sports reported on the 4th (Korean time) that the Minnesota club sent Balazovic down to the minor league Triple-A. Balajovic, Minnesota pitcher’s best prospect, suffered a fracture after being struck twice in the jaw after an argument at a facility in downtown Fort Myers, Florida, the club’s spring camp site, on the 12th (Korean time).

He complained, “There was no argument. He didn’t say anything to the man. He doesn’t know the man,” but the only thing left was an injury. He underwent surgery to fix his jawbone with a wire, which made preparation for the season inevitable. Although his condition has recently improved, the team sent him to the minor leagues, judging that it would be difficult for him to pitch normally. 이브벳 토토

Balazovic is from Mississauga, a city in southern Ontario, Canada. He was selected in the 5th round, 153rd overall, in the 2016 draft by Minnesota. He was highly anticipated by the team, including being voted No. 85 overall in the 2022 Baseball America (BA) preseason prospect rankings.

However, the condition of his left knee last year was not good, and even his individual performance was greatly shaken. He struggled in minor league Triple-A with a 7.39 earned run average in 22 appearances, no wins and seven losses. To make matters worse, he even suffered an unexpected injury ahead of the camp, further twisting the staff.

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