Han Seung-hyuk and Kim Seo-hyun struggle after rainout, but Choi Won-ho “must evaluate given long gap”

Han Seung-hyuk, a right-hander for the Hanwha Eagles, started against the Kiwoom Heroes on Friday and lasted less than three innings. It started off badly. He gave up three hits in the first inning. His pitches were shaky and he gave up two runs on four pitches in the third inning.

On paper, that’s an abysmal performance. But there’s something to consider. He was moved to the starting rotation after the Futures League reorganization, and it only took him 27 days to get the start. It was his first start since throwing three innings against the KT Wiz on June 28.

Looking back on the game the day before, Choi Won-ho said, “Han Seung-hyuk pitched badly yesterday, but he hasn’t had too many opportunities to pitch. It must have been difficult for him to stay fresh after being out of the lineup for nearly a month. It’s hard to evaluate him based on yesterday’s game.” Choi said that Han Seung-hyuk will start against SSG Landers on June 30, depending on the starting rotation.

Han Seung-hyuk hasn’t pitched since late June due to a series of rainouts. During this time, Hanwha relied heavily on its three main starters, Felix Peña, Ricardo Sanchez, and Moon Dong-joo.

Here’s another example.

Kim Seo-hyun is a starting pitcher in the Futures League. She started against the Goyang Heroes on May 25 and gave up five runs (four earned) on eight hits in 4⅔ innings.

Coach Choi said, “I received a report that her speed was down from the previous game and her physical condition was not good. It must have been difficult for him because it was his first start in a long time.”카지노사이트

Kim Seo-hyun pitched 5⅔ innings of one-run ball against the Heroes on June 6. He threw over 90 pitches and was in good shape, touching 150 kilometers per hour with his fastball. It was 19 days since he took the mound, as his scheduled start was repeatedly rained out.

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