Samsung Lions manager Park Jin-man was satisfied with Won Tae-in’s pitching.
On the 11th, ahead of the game against Hanwha Eagles held at Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park in Daejeon, Park looked back on Won Tae-in, who was the starting pitcher the day before. Won Tae-in recorded 5 hits, 2 home runs, 2 walks, 3 runs and 4 strikeouts in 6 innings. He showed quality start pitching (pitching less than 3 earned runs in 6 starting innings), but could not prevent the team from losing 1-5.스포츠토토
In particular, the two home runs hit by Roh Si-hwan were painful. Won Tae-in threw a 118 km changeup to Roh Si-hwan at the 4th inning, and it was hit as it was. He was hit by a left-handed two-run gun and gave up the lead. In the 6th inning, I used a 128km changeup again in the absence of runners from the 2nd company, but this time I was hit by a solo shot.
Director Park said, “Won Tae-in threw well. Yesterday, he won against eight people, but lost to one. Next time, I hope he will prepare better for Noh Si-hwan and play the game.”
It is Won Tae-in who has not been able to play for a long time since the match against kt on the 29th of last month. He said the match was not held due to rain. Director Park was satisfied, saying, “It’s been a long time since I’ve thrown, so I may have lost my senses. However, Won Tae-in’s pitching was good.”
While Won Tae-in fought hard, the other line had a hard time capturing the opposing starter Felix Pena. Not a single runner was able to steal a hit until the 6th inning. A well-hit ball was also caught in the Hanwha defense shift. Director Park said, “I wasn’t lucky that day. That’s also the beauty of baseball.”