Gu Chang-mo said, ‘Old Cry?’ In Japan, there is a pitcher without a win even with an ERA of 3.12.

NC native ace Koo Chang-mo (26) is crying over bad luck this season.

He has a 3.86 earned run average, which isn’t bad, but he’s still winless in five games. He is only recording 1 loss.

Of course, Gu Chang-mo’s heyday skills have not yet come out. Conditions are now on the rise. But he rarely succeeds. He is even nicknamed ‘Goo Cry’.

In Japan, a neighboring country, there is a player who is in a similar situation as Gu Chang-mo. He is pitching with a sense of stability, but he is rarely winning.

Takahiro Norimoto (32), former ace of the Rakuten Golden Eagles, is the main character.

Norimoto has pitched in three games this season and is recording two losses without a win and an earned run average of 3.16.

He’s posting a stable earned run average, but has yet to tie in his win.

He has thrown 17.1 total innings, giving up 13 hits (two homers), 19 strikeouts, six walks and six runs.

His batting average is only 0.203. He has very good grades. His strikeout/walk ratio is also 3.17. WHIP is also maintained in compliance with 1.10.

The only thing missing is victory.

On April 4, he played the first game of the season against Seibu, where he threw 101 pitches in 6 innings, giving up 4 hits, 7 strikeouts, 2 walks and 2 runs, making him the losing pitcher even after making a quality start.

Against Orix in the 11th, he gave up 3 runs in 5.1 innings, albeit briefly.토토사이트

However, he threw 102 pitches in 6 innings for Orix on the 18th, making up for it with 4 hits, 6 strikeouts, 2 walks and 1 run, but he did not achieve results.

It could be Norimoto who really wants to cry.

His only way is to wait for the right time. As much as his skills are exceptional, the day will come when both Gu Chang-mo and Norimoto will laugh someday. Everyone just hopes that time will speed up a little. If the wind is big, the size of happiness can also be big.

It remains to be seen whether Koo Chang-mo and Norimoto can become the last laugh.

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