‘Mid-season return’ PHI Harper, smooth rehabilitation… light strike training

Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies), who underwent surgery, had her first swing training. He is undergoing rehabilitation as planned, and is expected to return before and after the All-Star break.

Philadelphia head coach Rob Thompson said in an interview with the ‘Philadelphia Inquirer’ on the 10th (Korean time), “Harper picked up the bat for the first time after joining spring camp that day, and turned his swing lightly.”

Harper underwent elbow surgery that plagued him after the season. It was Tommy John surgery, but the rehabilitation period for a hitter is shorter than that of a pitcher, about six months. Accordingly, Philadelphia expected to return before and after the All-Star break, and is planning to play in right field at the end of the season. 온라인카지노

Harper is a major league hitter. He recorded a career batting average of 0.280, 285 home runs, 817 RBIs, 913 runs scored, and an OPS of 0.913.

Last year, despite being injured again, he put his team up to the World Series with a batting average of 0.286, 18 home runs, 65 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.877.

Harper is indispensable to Philadelphia, but he’s not in a hurry to come back. The team wants him back to perfection.

Philadelphia is likely to have Kyle Schwaber and Nick Castellanos in the corner outfield, as at the end of last season. They are followed by Jake Cave, Dalton Guthrie, Gileen Ortiz, and Johann Rojas.