Can Young-Pyo Go be caught by ‘provisional selection’… Yong-Jun Lee, 5 innings and 1 run ‘Good pitch’
Right-handed pitcher Lee Yong-jun (21, NC Dinos) ‘performed a temporary starting role beyond expectations.
Lee Yong-jun started in the home game against KT Wiz held at NC Park in Changwon on the 12th and recorded 4 hits, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts and 1 run in 5 innings. He was substituted at 4-1 and had his first pro win requirement. He left a strong impression by not being pushed back in the face-to-face match with KT starter Ko Yeong-pyo. NC, where foreign pitcher Taylor Widener left due to injury, needed a ‘temporary starter’ for the game that day, and dropped Lee Yong-jun, who showed good performance in the first appearance of the season (Doosan Bears match on the 6th, 3 2/3 innings scoreless).
NC coach Kang In-kwon said of Lee Yong-jun before the game, “Command is his strength. He has a variety of breaking pitches, but he is stable.” If it goes well, I think it will be enough to digest 5 innings,” he expressed both expectations and concerns.토토사이트
Lee Yong-jun struggled in the beginning of the first inning, as expected by the coach. Kim Min-hyeok and Kang Baek-ho’s consecutive hits resulted in 1st and 2nd bases safely. In Anthony Alford’s at-bat, he even came out with a wild throw and was driven to 1st and 3rd base safely. He struck out Alford on a swing, but Park Byung-ho gave up a right-handed hit. However, he caught Cho Yong-ho with a ground ball to third base from the second base loaded, which led to a walk.
After overcoming the crisis of losing a lot of runs in the first inning, I immediately found a sense of stability. 2nd and 3rd consecutive triplets. In the 4th inning, trailing by 0-1, Hwang Jae-gyun walked out after one run, but immediately caught the stolen base. In the 5th inning, after two deaths, Kim Min-hyeok hit a right-handed hit, but Kang Baek-ho had to pay for a ground ball.
At the end of the 5th inning, NC tied Park Min-woo’s two-run triple and Park Kun-woo’s two-run home run to turn the score 4-1. Manager Kang In-kwon activated the bullpen in the top of the 6th inning. Lee Yong-Jun’s pitches were 78 (52 strikes). The KT match was the fourth time Lee Yong-jun exceeded 70 pitches in a game.