Right-hander Han Seung-hyeok of the Hanwha Eagles started against Kiwoom Heroes on the 25th and came down after three innings. It was bad from the beginning. He got three hits in the bottom of the first inning and gave up the run. He was shaken to the ninth pitch, allowing 3 on 4 pitches in the 3rd inning and allowing 2 runs before being replaced.포커카지노
If you look at the record, it is a failure level. However, there is something to consider. After undergoing a reorganization of the Futures League, he changed his position to a starting pitcher, and after 27 days he became a starting pitcher. It was his first start after throwing 3 innings against the KT Wiz on June 28.
Looking back on the game the day before on the 26th, coach Choi Won-ho said, “Han Seung-hyuk was not good yesterday, but he hasn’t had a chance to start. Coach Choi said that Han Seung-hyeok will start in the match against SSG Landers on the 30th according to the starting rotation.
Han Seung-hyeok was unable to get a chance to pitch due to rain canceled matches from the end of June. During this period, Hanwha intensively put in three key players: Felix Pena, Ricardo Sanchez, and Moon Dong-ju.
There are other similar cases.
This is Kim Seo-hyun, who is in the starting class for the Futures League. On the 25th, he started against the Goyang Heroes and gave up 8 hits and 5 runs (4 earned) in 4⅔ innings.
Coach Choi said, “I received a report that my speed was lower than the previous game and my condition was bad. It must have been difficult because it was a long time since I started.”
On the 6th, Kim Seo-hyun pitched 5 hits and 1 run in 5⅔ innings against the Heroes. He was in good condition, throwing a fastball at 150 km/h even after passing 90 pitches. He got on the mound 19 days after this game. His hiatus was long as his planned games were repeatedly canceled due to rain.