Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr. will undergo surgery for his most recent injury and will be out for the remainder of the 2021 MLB season.
The Atlanta Braves announced that their star player has a torn cruciate ligament in his right knee, requiring surgery and will be out for the remainder of season 2021.
Ronald Acuña Jr will undergo such surgery as quickly as possible, saying goodbye immediately to the 2021 all-star game and all the aspirations he had in this MLB season.
This surgery requires about 9 to 10 months of total recovery, that is, Ronald would be returning in April 2022 if he does not have setbacks.
It is no secret to anyone that Ronald Acuña Jr. was on his way to one of his best seasons in MLB, he had 23 homers with 18 stolen bases, 52 RBIs, 83 hits, 71 runs scored and 281 from AVG.
It was hoped that this injury was not as serious as it seemed, but the analyzes confirmed it and the season ended earlier than expected for the Venezuelan with the most projections in the majors.