I dealt with 10 batters in 3 games, but I caught only 4 outcounts. He gave up 5 runs and 3 earned runs while giving up 3 hits and 2 walks. He has an earned run average of 20.25, albeit early in the season. Still, the ‘pitcher kingdom’ LG is putting this player on the mound every day.
After the opening, the all-season pitching. This is the part where you can see how much expectations Park Myung-geun, a rookie of LG, is receiving from the team. 메이저놀이터
The two days of the opening series was ‘Welcome to KBO’. Park Myung-geun came off the mound on the 1st against kt in Suwon without getting any out counts. He gave up two hits and a walk, and all three of these runners scored. In the 2nd, he got his first out count, but got one hit. As defensive errors overlapped in the infield, the number of unclaimed points increased by 2 points.
Still, coach Yeom Kyung-yeop declared that he would “continue to send” Park Myung-geun ahead of the Gocheok Kiwoom match on the 4th. He thought that he could properly play 144 matches only when he had a lot of cards that he could send out.
Also in September this year, the Hangzhou Asian Games, which were postponed due to Corona 19, will be held. LG believes that there is a high possibility that young bullpen pitchers such as Jung Woo-young and Ko Woo-seok will be selected for the national team. Given their absence, it’s good to have at least one more resource available in the bullpen.
Park Myung-geun received an eye patch as a candidate to fill the position. Expectations are revealed from the fact that he was the only rookie to participate in the first-team spring camp. In the demonstration game, he was also selected as a candidate for the 5th selection, and now he is in the opening entry and is gaining practical experience every day.
Head coach Yeom Kyung-yeop said, “The bullpen must have players who can go to the bullpen to play the season without overload. So even if I fail now, I keep sending them out. The burden of losing now is not as great as at the end of the season. made,” he said.
Park Myeong-keun made up for his first two misses in the third game. He pitched a scoreless game for the first time. He finished the eighth inning with no runs, giving up only one walk, leading 7–1. It was a moment where I finally experienced the ‘success experience’ emphasized by director Yeom Kyung-yeop.