The Chicago Cubs' right fielder, Seiya Suzuki, left the game due to injuring his left ring finger. Suzuki started the game against the Cincinnati Reds as a furth batter at Great American Ball Park on May 26.
He hurt his left ring finger when he stole the second after his single in the third. In the bottom of the fourth, the outfielder was replaced by Rafael Ortega, although he continued to play, enduring pain.
The Cubs are opening a two-game series with the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field following an off-day Friday. The Cub's manager, David Ross, revealed that he did not break any bones after the game. Whether he will participate in the series will depend on his condition before the first game.
The 27-year-old player went 1-for-2 and is hitting .245. The Reds gained a sweeping victory over the Cubs, 20-5.
(MLB No.178 KAISPO No.1188)
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