‘Homegrown selection collapse’ Daizoluki also failed→Rookie of the Year candidate comeback, 2014 No. 1 overall right-hander called up for the first time in three years “I came out to 147km”

The NC Dinos’ homegrown selection woes continue.온라인카지노

Before the eighth game of the season against Kiwoom at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 5th, the Dinos recalled Bae Jae-hwan from his previous day’s start, Lee Jun-ho. Lee made his first start against Kiwoom on the 4th, throwing 74 pitches in 2⅔ innings, allowing four runs on seven hits, two walks, and one hit batter. He only gave up one earned run as he didn’t get any defensive help, but he didn’t get the winning run, which led to a high ball count.

NC will return to the starting lineup on Sunday against Changwon Samsung Electronics with “Rookie of the Year candidate” Lee Yong-jun, who had some time to adjust.

“We plan to start Yoo Yong-jun on Sunday,” NC coach Kang Myung-ho said before the game, explaining, “He pitched in the Futures League last Tuesday (against Doosan on the 2nd) to prepare him for Sunday.”

Yong-jun, who was expunged on the 25th of last month after a three-game losing streak, started against Doosan in the Futures League on the 2nd and gave up four runs on five hits in five innings.

“I think I had a bad first inning in the Futures League game,” Kang said. I received reports that he settled down as the innings went on. I was thinking about using Lee Yong-joon as the starter and then preparing Lee Jae-min right behind him in a one-plus-one situation.”Right-hander Bae Jae-hwan, who joined the NC as the first pick of the second round in 2014, was called up to the first team after three years. The pitcher had been sidelined by injuries and military service. In 161 games in six seasons, he has a record of 8-13, 34 holds, one save and a 4.38 ERA.

Kang said, “This is my first time in three years. I started pitching in April and May this year after going through a rehabilitation period after my business trip, and now I received a report that I can pitch continuously. We are thinking of using him in the middle to bullpen,” he explained. “My fastball is now up to 147 km/h, and I received reports that my slider and curveball are as good as they were before,” he said. His experience could be a big boost to a somewhat tired bullpen.

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