Foreign pitcher Dylan Pyle, who received attention as the new face of the Doosan Bears, is scheduled to make his domestic debut a little later.
Doosan returned home on the 7th after finishing the 34-day spring camp in Sydney, Australia. However, Dylan did not appear on the entry list.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop, who returned home with the team, said, “Dylan was hit in the head by a batted ball while pitching live at the end of February. I still have dizziness, so I decided not to board the plane and stay in Australia to rest.” When it is enough, it will come to Korea,” he said.
A Doosan official explained, “The current condition is improving. If there is no problem, we will return to Korea next week.”메이저사이트
Dylan is a right-handed orthodox pitcher newly recruited by Doosan this season. In the 2017 Major League (MLB) rookie draft, he was nominated by the Milwaukee Brewers (21st round) and started his professional career, but he failed to make his big league debut and chose to go to Korea.
When Doosan recruited Dylan, he explained his potential, saying, “Dylan was selected as the best pitcher on the team in 2019, and ranked 6th in 2020 and 9th in 2021 in the Milwaukee team pitching prospect category.” In the minor leagues, he appeared in 102 games (90 starts) and recorded 34 wins and 29 losses with an ERA of 4.04.
Doosan plans to resume preparations for the 2023 season after Dylan returns to Korea.