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NC Dinos Gu Chang-mo’s return period is uncertain. Currently, he is unable to catch the ball.

In a meeting with the reporters on the 2nd, NC coach Kang In-kwon replied, “I am not currently able to do technical training” about the current situation of ‘local ace’ Koo Chang-mo.

Gu Chang-mo is still in the rehabilitation stage. According to the NC club, he underwent a detailed examination on the 21st of last month, and decided to undergo a reexamination in 3 to 4 weeks.

A grace period has not yet been determined. However, coach Kang explained, “I can have a re-exam in mid-August and have another check-up a week

For Gu Chang-mo, who was unable to participate in the Tokyo Olympics due to injury as well as the team’s fall baseball competition, the Hangzhou Asian Games are an important opportunity for him to wear the Taegeuk mark. However, chronic injuries plague him. ‘Healthy Chang-mo Gu’ is an overwhelming starter enough to be called an unhittable, but the problem is that he often gets sick.

In 2015, Chang-mo Koo wore the NC uniform for the 2nd round (3 times overall). KBO career 46-34 ERA 3.74. Compared to the title of ‘the left-handed ace of the national team to succeed Ryu Kim’, this is not a very impressive performance.

But the impact is huge. In 2017, in his third year of the season, his ‘Doctor K’ instinct woke up. He struck out 118 in 115 innings for a whopping 9.24 strikeout rate per nine innings. It was his first full-time job, which revealed his fitness problems.

In 2019, despite a belated start due to injury, he achieved his first 10 individual wins and the first 10 left-handers in club history. In 2021, he showed off his outstanding skills among all pitchers in the KBO League, including foreign pitchers, until the first half of 2021, but was out of the season as it was after an injury at the end of July. He returned at the end of October and contributed to the team’s victory by fighting back in two games in the Korean Series, but the following year he could not play a single game and was out of the season.

Last year, after returning like that, with an ERA of 11 wins, 5 losses and an average ERA of 2.10, he once again showed off his appearance as a ‘local ace if healthy’, but only 111⅔ innings in 19 games.

In early June, when he was recording 1 win, 3 losses and an average ERA of 3.26 this year, he has been taking a break since his left arm was canceled due to damage to the forearm flexor muscle. He visited Iijima Osteopathic Clinic in Japan and received treatment, but there is no noticeable improvement yet.

If the schedule for technical training can only be considered after the reexamination in mid-August, then if you combine the appearances in actual games afterwards, the time to return to the ground is expected to be after September at the earliest. Even that is uncertain.

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