Only 9 pitches in 5 innings, “It’s hard for the beasts to lose concentration” Eventually the 1st team was eliminated

SSG Landers Park Jong-hoon, who showed an atrocious scavenger hunt, was eventually eliminated from the first team entry.스포츠토토

SSG, led by coach Kim Won-hyung, will play an away game against the Lotte Giants in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League at Sajik Baseball Stadium in Busan on the 17th. SSG, who suffered a 4-7 defeat the previous day, canceled pitcher Park Jong-hoon’s first-team entry and registered Shin Hun-min before the game.

Park Jong-hoon took the mound as a starting pitcher the day before, but collapsed with 4 runs in 5 innings. He hit one home run with three hits, but the point was greater that he recorded a whopping 9 walks with 7 walks and 2 hit balls. On July 29, his first appearance in the second half, he played a four-ball game against Munhak Hanwha, but he recorded a total of 16 balls in his last two appearances.

He brought himself into crisis with sand dunes every inning and endured with the help of Ho Bi, but at the end of the 5th inning with 2nd out and 1st base, he allowed a walk to Min-seok Kim, and then allowed a home run to Jun-woo Jeon, giving up a large number of runs. After the home run, Park Jong-hoon, who contributed one more hit ball, managed to end the inning with Goodrum’s floating ball.

Ahead of the game on the 17th, coach Kim Won-hyung said, “Until I gave 8 pitches, I got sick and went well. But in the last 5 inning, I gave 2 out and walked, and that seems to be the cause. From a human point of view, my heart hurts, In the end, the beasts have no choice but to be strong,” he said.

Director Kim said, “I’d rather keep hitting, even the beasts move. But in Jong-hoon’s case, he loses his concentration and gets tired because he’s just staring at it. Still, I expected the ball, but I hoped the final result would be good.” It wasn’t good,” he said sadly.

Lee Kun-wook is expected to enter the starting rotation for the position that Park Jong-hoon was missing. Lee Kun-wook recorded an average ERA of 2.57 by digesting 21 innings in 13 appearances, including one start this season. In his most recent appearance, against Lotte on the 15th, he recorded 1⅔ innings, 2 hits, 2 walks, 1 strikeout and 2 runs (no earned runs).

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