It’s my fault’ seniors allowed a run on the grounds of a defensive mistake, but the youngest rookie raised his thumb to the seniors.

Hanwha Eagles rookie Kim Seo-hyun allowed his first run in his debut. Kim Seo-hyun made a relief mound in the 8th inning 0-2 situation against LG held at Daehan Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 21st.

He was dragging the game, but a two-run gap토스카지노 was doable, so a scoreless pitch was necessary.

LG’s first hitter Moon Seong-joo seemed to be treated as a shortstop ground ball, but shortstop Park Jung-hyun fumbled the ball and sent the lead batter out due to a defensive error.

Kim Hyun-soo allowed a left-handed hit by hitting a 155km fastball from a two-strike one-ball. Austin then hit a ground ball in front of the second baseman, but this time Eun-Won Jeong failed to catch the ball at once and allowed another infield hit. It wasn’t an easy hit, but if Jeong Eun-won had pulled the ball out at once, he could have put batter runner Austin out.

The runners filled all the bases as the teammates’ unfortunate defensive scenes continued. The pitching coach visited the mound when Moon Bo-gyeong threw two balls in a row with no bases loaded.

Kim Seo-hyun, who continued to fight with Moon Bo-kyung, had to play Moon Bo-kyung to double kill with a ground ball. This time, Park Jung-hyeon shortstop hit the ball, which was not easy, with a double play.

Kim Seo-hyun raised his thumbs up with applause for the seniors who played double play.

Afterwards, he allowed Jung Joo-hyun to hit again and gave up an additional run, but Park Dong-won was put out with a fly to center field and the long inning ended.

It was a game in which Kim Seo-hyun allowed 2 runs in 1 inning (visa book), the first run in his professional debut. The total number of pitches was 20, and he allowed 3 hits while facing 6 batters. However, he could have been saddened by his seniors’ unfortunate defensive mistakes, but he showed a mature appearance of cheering for his seniors.

The young rookie is still growing today. It was the day he realized that he did not win because he did well, but that the team needed to do well to win.

The young rookie, who had a lot of trial and error himself, is adding experience every day.

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