Rafa’s first start on the mound

Connor Seabold, a foreign pitcher who will be the first starter for the Samsung Lions in the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO), gave up a home run in his first appearance in an exhibition game.

Connor took the mound against LG at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on Nov. 11. In 4 1/3 innings, he allowed five runs on four hits (one homer) with four walks and two strikeouts. He topped out at 150 mph and threw a mix of curveballs, sliders, cut fastballs, and changeups.

Connor had runners on first and second with no outs in the first inning when Park Hae-min singled, stole second and was hit by a pitch to the body of Hong Chang-ki. Kim Hyun-soo singled to left, scoring Park Hae-min from second. Hong Chang-ki was tagged out at third base. 카지노사이트 Connor induced Austin and Oh Hwan to fly out to shortstop and ground out to second base, respectively, to end the first inning.

Connor struck out the leadoff batter in the second inning, Moon Bo-kyung, on a wild pitch.

He induced Park Dong-won to ground out to third. Moon Sung-ju reached on an error by the shortstop, but Moon was thrown out at second to end the inning.

After Shin Min-jae, Park Hae-min and Hong Chang-ki all grounded out to short in the third inning, Connor walked the leadoff batter in the fourth inning, Kim Hyun-soo, on a pitch to the body. Austin’s throw to first base was handled by McKinnon in foul territory. With the bases loaded, Connor gave up a two-run arch to right fielder Oh Jung-wol.

Connor struck out Moon Bo-kyung but gave up a double to right-center to Park Dong-won. Moon Sung-joo singled to center, scoring Park Dong-won from second base for the fourth run. Conner allowed Moon to steal second, but induced Shin Min-jae to ground out to second to end the fourth inning.

In the fifth inning, Connor walked the leadoff batter, Park Hae-min. Choi Won-young stole second. Musa advanced to second. 안전놀이터 Hong Chang-ki grounded out to first base, advancing Choi Won-young to third. Pitching coach Jung Min-tae took the mound and patted Connor’s shoulder. Right-hander Hong Won-pyo took the mound in Connor’s place. He allowed a runner to score from third base, increasing Connor’s earned run total to five.

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