Koda Glover made his Major League Baseball debut in July 2016. Photo: Washington Nationals
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Cherokee baseball player Koda Glover sits out rest of season with shoulder injury





Cherokee baseball player Koda Glover is out for the rest of the season, only a year after making his debut with the Washington Nationals.

Glover, 24, is suffering from a shoulder injury, The Washington Post reported. He had hoped to recover but is anticipating a return in 2018.

"THX all @Nationals fans who've wished me well! I'm SO pissed not 2 be able 2 go but will support the guys & KEEP workin' my a$$ off for '18!," Glover wrote on Twitter on Wednesday.

Glover made his Major League Baseball debut in July 2016. He impressed fans and fellow players with his pitching skills.

"Sure am missing being out there with the boys," Glover wrote on Instagram in June, after he had been placed on his team's disabled list.

Glover was born and raised in Oklahoma, according to his biography on Oklahoma State University. His father is the coach for the baseball team at Heavener High School in Heavener. His mother is Bobbi Jo Glover.

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