SSG Landers coach Kim Won-hyung expressed his gratitude to left-handed native ace Kim Gwang-hyun on the 13th.메이저사이트
Coach Kim praised Gwang-Hyun Kim, who pitched well against KT Wiz the previous day, allowing 4 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts, and 1 run in 6 innings, saying, “He gave me a good start to the week.”
Although they lost 0-3 due to 8 scoreless innings by KT starter Wes Benjamin, it was evaluated as an opportunity to strengthen the team’s recently faltering performance.
While SSG suffered 7 losses (2 wins, 1 draw) in the last 10 games excluding the previous day, the average ERA of the starting pitchers soared to 7.80.
SSG’s mound, which also recorded an ERA of 6.00, is evaluated as the weakest among the last 10 teams.
Gwang-Hyun Kim also collapsed in his previous appearance against the Hanwha Eagles on the 6th, allowing 9 hits, 2 walks, and 4 runs in 3⅔ innings.
Manager Kim Won-hyung met with reporters at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on this day and said, “I said I hoped all the starting pitchers except Roenis Elias would play their roles this week, and even though Gwanghyun conceded a run, he broke off a good start to the week.” I looked back.
He also praised Kim Gwang-hyun’s excellent performance in the top of the 6th inning with 2 outs and runners on 1st and 3rd bases.
Gwang-Hyun Kim ran and caught a ground ball flowing towards the third baseman, then twisted his body in the air and threw it perfectly to first base.
Coach Kim said, “It was a brilliant defense that Kim Kwang-hyun could play,” and “When I was young, I couldn’t throw a snap, but now with practice, I can naturally throw the ball well even from short distances.”
Coach Kim, whose game against the Doosan Bears was canceled due to rain that day, hoped that “today’s rain will change the mood.”