He was on pace for a complete game, but was pulled in the eighth inning. The Lotte Giants’ “Glasses Ace” Park Se-woong walked off the mound with a perfect game in hand. He was happy to get the win.

Park started the game against the Kia Tigers at Sajik Stadium in Busan on April 22, allowing one run on four hits and one walk with two strikeouts over eight innings and 87 pitches, leading the Giants to a 4-2 victory.

Park earned his fifth win of the season, joining a group of pitchers with multiple wins and lowering his season ERA to 3.59. It was also his sixth quality start of the season.

He threw 38 four-seam fastballs, 27 sliders, and 11 each of his curveball and forkball, which topped out at 149 mph on the day. The Kia batters knew they had a tough time working the count against Park, and they quickly capitalized on that, throwing a complete game shutout.

Park ran into trouble in the first inning. He allowed a leadoff walk to Park Chan-ho. He struck out Kim Do-young, but gave up a single to Na Sung-beom, putting runners on first and third with one out. But he retired the No. 4 hitter, Choi Hyung-woo, on one pitch. He induced a grounder to the second baseman to end the inning with a double play at second, shortstop and first base. As it turned out, the first inning was the hardest inning of the day.

In the second inning, Socrates grounded out to first base, Kim Sun-bin grounded out to shortstop, and Seo Geon-chang grounded out to center field. In the top of the third, Han Jun-soo flied out to right and Choi Won-joon grounded out to second. Two batters later, Park gave up a single to left to Chan-ho Park but got Kim Do-young to ground out to second to end the inning.

We got four or five straight triple plays. He got Na Sung-beom to ground out to shortstop, Choi Hyung-woo to ground out to second base, and Socrates to ground out to first base. In the fifth inning, they got Kim Sun-bin to fly out to right, Seo Gun-chang to fly out to shortstop, and Han Jun-soo to fly out to right.

The lead was 3-0. In the sixth inning, they finally gave up a run. After getting the leadoff hitter, Choi Won-jun, to fly out to left field, Park Chan-ho singled to left again and Kim Do-young followed with a single to center field. Park’s run was inevitable. However, the relay play of right fielder Shin Yoon-hoo, second baseman Go Seung-min, and third baseman Kim Min-sung was perfect, preventing Kim from advancing to third. Despite the run, they had the bases loaded with two outs and Na Sung-beom grounded out to second base to end the sixth inning.

He continued to pitch efficiently while saving pitches. In the seventh, Park got Choi Hyung-woo to ground out to second base, Socrates to ground out to the pitcher, and Kim Sun-bin to fly out to right field.

In the eighth inning, Park threw fewer pitches. Seo struck out to lead off the inning. Han Jun-soo flied out to shortstop on the first pitch and Choi Won-joon grounded out directly to the pitcher two 스포츠토토 pitches later to end the inning. By the eighth inning, he had thrown just 87 pitches.

It was a perfect game. Park has one career complete game. On June 4, 2021, he threw his first career complete game against Suwon KT, throwing nine innings, 117 pitches, three hits, three walks, seven strikeouts, and no runs. He was one strikeout away from his second career complete game.

However, Park Se-woong was replaced by Kim Won-joong in the ninth inning. He was shaky in the ninth, giving up one run on two hits and two walks, but center fielder Yoon Dong-hee and right fielder Shin Yoon-hoo made a great play to preserve the win.

After the game, we asked Park about his thoughts on the complete game. “When I came down in the eighth inning, my coach told me that if it was a save situation, I would go out if the score was closer,” Park said, explaining 카지노사이트 순위 the situation, “Actually, if it was a no-hitter, I would have gone out. But since it was a complete game, I’m going to take it as a sign that I saved the pitcher,” he smiled.

Park also expressed his faith in Kim Won-joong’s dizzying pitching in the bottom of the ninth, saying, “He’s a pitcher who can be shaky and still get the job done.”

He also expressed his gratitude to his defense. “In the ninth inning, (Shin) Yun-hoo made a lot of good defensive plays, so I think it was a good result. I only struck out two batters today, but there were a lot of ground balls and fly balls, so I want to thank the guys who handled them well,” he said after the win.

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