Angels talent crying during the game “I became emotional” The third tragedy is also “significant pain” | Full Account

3rd time this season… Bad luck when Moniac was hit by a big hope of loading the bases with no hits

■ Angels 4-1 Athletics (29th Japan time, Anaheim)

Angels outfielder Mickey Moniak became a “tearful substitute” in a game against the Athletics at home on the 28th (29th Japan time). Participated in “7th left wing” and the ball hit the hand directly while swinging in 6 at-bats. After the game, he said, “As you can see, I got quite emotional,” after wiping away his tears with his robe.

With little chance of any more in the 6th inning with a 2 point lead and the bases loaded, he fainted in pain. His left hand was red and swollen, and he went to the bench with tears in his eyes. The Adele pinch hitter was announced. “I’m sorry for what happened, but we’ll see how it goes tomorrow,” said Moniak, who said he was spared a broken bone.

Looking back on this season, it makes sense to cry. He broke a bone in April, and immediately after joining the Angels in a trade, withdrew due to a broken left middle finger. He was selected by the Phillies as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 US Draft. He made a bitter expression.

(Full Account editorial section)

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