Braves start pitcher Charlie Morton leaves game and world series

Houston – Law Charlie Morton, Atlanta Braves, was ruled out of the first game of the World Series against the Houston Astros in the third inning due to a right fibula fracture.

The team later reported that Pitcher suffered a right fibula fracture after being subjected to X-rays and that he would not be banging again in the World Series and that he would be ready to bang again in spring training.

“Morton underwent X-rays tonight, which revealed a fractured right fibula. He will miss the rest of the World Series and is expected to be ready for spring training in 2022,” the team said in a statement.

Morton, who did not allow any run, was hit in the ankle on the field by the first paceman. Yuli Curiel The closing chapter begins. The right-handed player was in the game, but he had to leave in the third inning due to pain and swelling.

Braves Astros’ Dominican starter beat Southpaw Framber Waltz, With eight wins and five runs in two innings, forced manager Dusty Baker to replace him without getting out in the third game. Cuban boy George Solar Became the first player in history to open the World Series with a home run Adam Dowell The third added two run homers.

Waltz threw 52 pitches in two full innings. Morton used 44 pitches in 2.1 innings. This is the third time that the opening players have not completed three innings in the first game of the World Series. This happened in 1966 and 1923.

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