“sorry”… 6 walks + 3 runs Glasses Ace, went down after 5 innings

Lotte Giants pitcher Park Se-woong (28) failed to complete 5 innings and gave up. Park Se-woong said “I’m sorry” to pitching coach Bae Young-soo, who climbed the mound with a grudge and went down. This is a scene that clearly showed the contents of his pitching that day.

Park Se-woong 메이저사이트started the mound in an away game against the KIA Tigers held at the Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 2nd, and struck out two in 4.2 innings. He gave up six walks.

Park Se-woong showed that his command was not going well. Frustrated with himself, he talked to himself or sighed often. He tried to put the ball in line with the catcher’s lead, but it didn’t work out, and an opposing pitch came out as well. It was a game that made me angry with myself in many ways.

Park Se-woong gave up two runs in the first inning. He gave up a hit to center left to lead batter Ryu Ji-hyeok, and a walk to Koh Jong-wook and Kim Seon-bin, and faced the crisis with the bases loaded safely. In the end, he was beaten by Choi Hyung-woo with two right-handed RBIs and a timely hit.

He finished scoreless in the second inning, but gave up another run in the third. He created a situation where there were no runners in the second run, but Choi Hyeong-woo hit a left-handed double and Byun Woo-hyeok gave up a walk, facing a second-out 1st and 2nd base crisis, and Socrates allowed a right-handed double at the right time and was pursued to 5-3. The number of pitches Park Se-woong threw in the third inning was 28.

He finished the 4th inning crisis with 1 out and 1st and 2nd base scoreless, but in the 5th inning with 2 out and no runners, he again brought on 2 out and 1st base with 2 consecutive walks. In the end, Park Se-woong was replaced by Kim Jin-wook and went down the mound without finishing the 5th inning.

Park Se-woong’s highest speed with a fastball that day was 148km/h, and while throwing a total of 111 pitches, he threw a slider (29 pitches), curve (17 pitches), and fork (12 pitches) evenly, centering on the fastball (53 pitches).

This day’s match was the best big match between Lotte, who is winning 8 in a row, and KIA, who is winning 5 in a row. On this day, KIA starter Adonis Medina failed to live up to expectations with 3 innings and 5 runs, but Lotte starter Park Se-woong also failed to show a match suitable for a big match and left a sense of regret. 

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