43 runs before KIA from the 2021 season… Terrible ‘Tigers phobia’
Song Myeong-ki (23, NC Dinos)’s ‘Tigers phobia’ as a sidearm is currently in progress.
Song Myeong-ki started the KIA Tigers away game held at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 26th and became a losing pitcher with 8 hits (1 home run), 4 walks, 3 strikeouts and 6 runs in 5 innings. Both hits and runs are the most in a single individual game this season. His earned run average soared from 1.71 before the game to 3.46. Lost 3 games in a row since the match against SSG Landers on the 14th.
In the last two seasons, Song Myung-ki was particularly weak against KIA. He started in 4 games in the 2021 season and recorded an average ERA of 11.00 (22 ERA in 18 innings). Last year, the average ERA in three starting games was 8.03, which was not good. 15 runs in 12 1/3 innings (11 earned runs). Including the appearance on the 26th, the number of runs lost against KIA in the last three seasons reaches 43 points (39 earned runs). 26.7% of the total 161 points conceded came from the KIA match (Hanwha Eagles, 4 runs in 6 games).토토사이트
The first appearance against KIA in the 2023 season, which drew attention. Song Myeong-gi stumbled. At the end of the second inning, Socrates, the lead batter, bunted in front of the pitcher, and Dae-in Hwang walked out with a ball that hit him. Song Myeong-ki, who caught Byeon Woo-hyuk with a fly ball, allowed Joo Hyo-sang a right-handed timely hit, and a three-run home run of sorrow in the continued 1 company 1st and 2nd base Kim Kyu-seong at bat. At the end of the third inning, trailing 0-4, Choi Hyeong-woo hit a double after sending Kim Seon-bin off with a hit ball. In the second and third bases, Socrates’ center fielder sacrifice fly allowed the 5th run.
At the end of the 4th inning, Song Myeong-ki, who passed 2 out 1st and 3rd base, conceded 5 additional runs. Hwang Dae-in and Byeon Woo-hyeok’s consecutive hits at 1st and 2nd base added 1 point. NC coach Kang In-kwon started the bullpen from the 6th inning and took Song Myung-ki off the mound. 95 pitches (61 strikes). I endured as much as I could, but the mass loss was painful.
Song Myung-ki is the next-generation ace of NC. After joining the 2019 rookie 2nd round, 7th place, he is receiving high expectations from both inside and outside the team. In 2020, the second year of his debut, he won 9 wins (3 losses) and suddenly rose to stardom. But after that, the ups and downs are severe. Last year, he went 5-7 with a 4.51 earned run average. If you can’t overcome your ‘Tigers phobia’, the vicious cycle will inevitably repeat itself.