Dodgers: Important reliever suffers injury in game vs. Braves and announces that his season has come to an end

The pitching staff of the Los Angeles Dodgers He suffered another blow. This because Daniel Hudson injured in game against the Atlanta Braves this Friday night, June 24. As if that were not enough, after the accident it became known that the reliever participation in the 2022 season of MLB would have already come to an end.

It was the eighth inning of the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Atlanta Braves when a scene was presented that the fans did not want to see. Daniel Hudson suffered from an injury that caused him to fall to the grass.

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts reported that his reliever has an anterior cruciate ligament injury that could end his participation in the 2022 Major League Baseball season.

The helmsman added that Hudson’s knee area has not yet been x-rayed but manual diagnosis indicates the ligament is torn, effectively putting him on the disabled list.

Daniel Hudson has been one of the most important relievers for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2022 MLB Season. The pitcher arrived on Friday night with an ERA of 2.25.

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Dodgers: Important reliever suffers injury in game vs. Braves and announces that his season has come to an end