Even WS is not allowed to participate in the successful surgery of fracture MIL Williams during the winning ceremony.
Devin Williams (Milwaukee Brewers), who suffered an absurd fracture during the winning ceremony, began rehabilitation after surgery.
Milwaukee’s general manager David Stearns said in an interview with the local media “Milwaukee Journal Sentinel” on the 6th (Korea Standard Time), “Williams underwent successful hand surgery on the 2nd and is currently splinting his hand.” However, even in surgery, the team must advance to the World Series to play, he said.
Williams hit the wall hard with his right hand without controlling his excitement after the team’s celebration of the district championship on September 30, which led to a fracture.
He said in an interview after suffering a fracture, “I’m so angry with myself. “I want to apologize to the fans and teams I’m looking forward to,” he blamed himself.
Williams won the National League Rookie of the Year award last year and played 54 innings in 58 games this season, recording 8 wins, 2 losses, ERA 2.5087 strikeouts, 23 holds, and 3 saves. He is a key bullpen resource that led Milwaukee to win the National League Central Division with closer Josh Hader.
Milwaukee is scheduled to play Game 1 of the National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves on the 9th. Coach Craig Counsell will fill Williams’ absence with Brent Sutter, Hunter Strickland, and Jake Cousins.