‘Pitcher Hunting’ SSG Maintains Starting Rotation… Park Jong-hoon Continues to Play a Fighting Role
Professional baseball SSG Landers has recently been having difficulties due to a lack of starting pitchers.
4th starter Seung-won Moon has shown a shaky performance in every game since August with a poor ERA of 9.61, and 5th starter Oh Won-seok has a poor ERA of 9.74.
Seung-won Moon was particularly battered, allowing 14 runs in 11⅔ innings in the last 3 games he started, and Won-seok Oh also collapsed, giving up 16 runs in 12⅓ innings in the last 3 games. 온라인카지노사이트
Even if there were immediate changes to the starting rotation, the results were nothing out of the ordinary.
Although there are not many players who can replace the two players, it does not mean that there is no solution.
Veteran underthrow pitcher Park Jong-hoon played as a starter until mid-August, and after going through a correction process in the second team, he joined the first team on the 8th of this month.
In his return game, against KT Wiz on the 8th, he appeared in relief and collapsed with 6 runs in 3 innings, but he may be given another opportunity to start as he is able to brighten the mound atmosphere.
However, coach Kim Won-hyung decided not to focus on the rotation for the time being.
Coach Kim said ahead of the home game against KT Wiz held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 12th, "It is time for Moon Seung-won and Oh Won-seok to rebound," and "I trust them now."
He continued, “Jong-Hoon Park is a pitcher who can take responsibility for many innings, so if he throws long from the middle, it can have a positive effect on the mound power.”
He added, “Considering that our team’s bullpen is currently overloaded, Jong-Hoon Park has the role of throwing long from the middle.”
“It might be better to take it on,” he said.
Of course, I have not completely erased the plan to appoint Park Jong-hoon from my mind.
Coach Kim Won-hyung said, “I hope Park Jong-hoon gets a feel for the fight,” and added, “If his performance improves, he can think about it again.”