New York Mets closer Edwin Dias, who suffered a knee injury during the victory ceremony at the World Baseball Classic (WBC), said he might return this season.

Diaz told ESPN on the 13th that his rehabilitation is going well, and he said, “I think I can throw it into this season.”

Dias, who represented the WBC in Puerto Rico,카지노 took the mound in the ninth inning against Dominica in the last round of the first round held at Londipo Park in Miami, Florida on the 16th of last month and defended the team’s 5-2 victory. Since it was a game where advances to the quarterfinals depended, all Puerto Rican players, including Diaz, rushed out to the ground to enjoy the joy of victory, but an unexpected disaster struck. During the ceremony, Dias grabbed his knees and collapsed, unable to get up. Diaz was carried off the field in a wheelchair, and Puerto Rican players burst into tears as they witnessed his sudden injury.

Dias was effectively ruled out for the season. He had torn a tendon in his knee, and although he underwent surgery, the diagnosis was that it would take 8 months to recover.

“I’ll have to go through a few steps before I can throw again on the mound, but if all goes well, I think I’ll be back in eight months,” Dias said. In doing so, he once again revealed his affection for his national team. “You can get hurt, whether at home or anywhere, if you want to get hurt,” Dias said. He said, “If I have a chance to play again for my country, I will do it.”

Diaz signed a new five-year, $120 million contract with the New York Mets last winter. It is the highest ever for a relief pitcher. Last season, he dominated the league with a 1.31 ERA, 32 saves, and 17.1 strikeouts per nine innings.

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