Go Woo-seok holds 2K scoreless runs in 1 inning in his first exhibition game… Park Hyo-jun ground ball handling

The first step toward joining the opening entry… a fresh start

San Diego Padres reliever Go Woo-seok (25) got off to a refreshing start by pitching without allowing any runs in his first exhibition game appearance.

Go Woo-seok took the mound as the team’s 7th pitcher in the bottom of the 8th inning with a 5-3 lead in the 2024 MLB Major League Baseball (MLB)

away exhibition game against the Oakland Athletics held at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona, USA on the 1st (Korean time), pitching 1 inning. 카지노사이트

Go Woo-seok

He recorded his first hold by allowing no hits, two strikeouts, and no runs.

He got off to a good start by striking out his first opponent, left-handed hitter Tyler Soderstrom, with a swing and miss.

The second opponent was Park Hyo-jun.

Go Woo-seok blocked Park Hyo-jun with a grounder to second base and recorded the second out.

Afterwards, Go Woo-seok gave up a left-field hit to right-handed hitter Cooper Bowman,

but completed his mission by striking out right-handed hitter Max Schumann with a missed swing.

Go Woo-seok, who signed a 2+1 year contract with San Diego last January worth up to $9.4 million,

is competing in spring camp with the goal of being included in the regular season opening entry.

His first step was done well.

Park Hyo-jun, who joined spring camp as an invited player after signing a minor league contract with Oakland last winter,

was unable to target Go Woo-seok on this day and was silent with no hits in one at-bat.

His exhibition game batting average was 0.500 (3 hits in 6 at-bats).

San Diego’s starting infielder Kim Ha-seong, who is on a four-game hitting streak, did not play.

San Diego won the game 5-3.

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