‘Lotte Comeback’ Glasses Ace, build-up complete… 2nd team Hanwha match 5 innings 2 runs & maximum 147 km

Park Se-woong, the “glasses ace” of the Lotte Giants, successfully completed his first appearance after returning from the national team.

Park Se-woong took the mound 온라인카지노as a starter in a practice game against the Hanwha Eagles 2nd team held at Sangdong Stadium in Gimhae on the 24th, and came down the mound after recording 69 hits (1 home run), 4 walks, 2 strikeouts and 2 runs in 5 innings. His best fastball velocity was 147 km and his average velocity was 144 km.

Originally, Park Se-woong was scheduled to start on the 24th in the NC match for the 1st team demonstration game, but the schedule was changed as the game was canceled in the rain the previous day (23rd). Charlie Barnes, who was the starting pitcher on the 23rd, threw in the 1st team game that day, and Park Se-woong moved to the 2nd team and digested the planned number of pitches. 

In the first inning, lead hitter Jang Woon-ho got an infield hit, but Yoo Sang-bin was treated as a double hit by shortstop, and Euro-gyeol was treated as a fly ball to right field. In the second inning, Kwon Kwang-min was grounded by first baseman, and Lee Seong-gon allowed a heavy hit, but Jung Min-gyu struck out. Lee Min-joon was sent out due to an error by the third baseman, but Lee Jae-yong was put out with a fly ball to right field to finish the second inning.

In the 3rd inning, Han Gyeong-bin was treated as a fly ball to center fielder, and Jang Un-ho allowed a left-handed hit and Yoo Sang-bin a double at the right time. However, in the continuing crisis of 1st and 2nd base, Eurogyeol was eliminated by third baseman grounder and Kwon Kwang-min by strikeout.

In the 4th inning, he allowed lead batter Lee Seong-gon to score a mid-month solo shot. However, both Jung Min-kyu and Lee Min-joon were turned into foul flies, and Lee Jae-yong was treated as a third baseman grounder.

The last inning, the 5th inning. Han Gyeong-bin handled it with a shortstop ground ball, but Jang Woon-ho hit the ball again to the left. He only allowed 3 hits to Jang Woon-ho. However, after that, he finished the mound by treating Yoo Sang-bin as a center fielder’s floating ball and Yoo Gyeol as a shortstop’s ground ball.

Park Se-woong was the hope of the mound that collapsed in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team. He pitched in the bullpen against Japan in the first round and prevented a loss in a cold game, and after a day off, he started against the Czech Republic and played 4⅔ innings, 1 hit, 8 strikeouts and no runs.

Korea was eliminated in the first round of three WBC tournaments in a row, but got the next national ace named Park Se-woong. Park Se-woong, who took a break after returning to Lotte, finished the build-up ahead of the regular season with the mound that day. 

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