I gave you 224.3 billion won but in half a year Pujols nightmare hit Can I trust you 100% on preparation?
Chris Bryant (31, Colorado), who has been treated as a star in the spotlight since his debut, won the National League Rookie of the Year award in 2015 and the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2016, continuing his special promotion.
Since then, although there have been ups and downs, it has been clear that he is still a good hitter, and ahead of the 2022 season, he has signed a seven-year total of $182 million (about 224.3 billion won) with Colorado. It is also true that Bryant’s blow at Coors Field, the heaven of hitters, drew high expectations. But that expectation was shattered from the start. My body didn’t pour it.
Bryant struggled with a back injury last year, and his feet were not cool. He had a great difficulty in defense as plantar fasciitis came. In the end, he played only 42 games in the season. Although he saved face by recording an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.851, he was unable to earn his salary with 42 games.
Many looked at Bryant anxiously, citing the case of Albert Pujols, who retired after last season. Pujols, the best hitter of the time, also suffered from plantar fasciitis shortly after moving to a large FA contract and had to suffer throughout his active career. He eventually underwent surgery due to severe pain, but the injury did not recover completely, and eventually became a batter who was difficult to challenge for second base even though he split the left and right middle years.
But Bryant is confident he won’t follow in that footsteps. Bryant said in an interview with Denver Post, a leading local media outlet, on the 16th (Korea Standard Time), “I’m 100% ready to play baseball.” After the season, there was no pain in his back or foot, and he is still preparing for spring training normally. The spring training, which will begin around Feb. 20, will show 100% of his physical condition.”
Bryant explained that he had a load on his foot because he couldn’t use his injured waist properly for plantar fasciitis, which led to a series of lower body problems. However, now that his back is better, he can use his strength, and he is solving the problem with physical therapy and systematic rehabilitation.
Bryant emphasized, “We are moving in the completely right direction.” Colorado coach Bud Black also encouraged him to “be exactly where he needs to be a month from now 토토사이트
Colorado, which fell to the bottom, has recently been criticized for spending money on the wrong place, and Bryant also has not escaped the stigma in his first season. Colorado, which does not have a strong mound, needs the power of the batters anyway to rebound, and Bryant must lead the team from the center. Attention is focusing on whether he will be able to climb the mountain healthily for the remaining six years.