Rookie Hwang Jun-seo of Hanwha, ranked first overall, allowed 5 hits and 1 run in 3 innings against Samsung

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Left-handed pitcher Hwang Jun-seo, who joined the Hanwha Eagles as the first overall pick in the 2024 professional baseball rookie draft, showed off both his strikeout ability and crisis management ability in his first appearance in an exhibition game.

Hwang Jun-seo started the exhibition game against the Samsung Lions at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 10th and threw 57 balls in 3 innings, allowing 5 hits and scoring 1 point.

He had 4 strikeouts and avoided allowing a large number of runs in the 2nd and 3rd innings. 카지노사이트

Hwang Jun-seo, who got off to a good start by striking out the first batter, Kim Hyun-jun, in the first inning, gave up a heavy hit to Koo Ja-wook after two outs.

Hwang Jun-seo threw the deciding ball with a forkball to David MacKinnon, Samsung’s powerful new foreign batter, and ended the inning with a strike out, not out, and a strikeout.

Hwang Jun-seo, who allowed Jeon Byeong-woo to hit a big left-field double after one out in the second inning, scored on Kim Jae-seong’s infield hit in the ensuing one-out runners on first and second base.

Second base runner Ji-hyuk Ryu’s stolen base led to a crisis with two outs and runners on first and third base, but Hwang Jun-seo put out the fire by striking out Kim Hyun-jun again.

Hwang Jun-seo, who hit a double to Koo Ja-wook with one out in the third inning, hit McKinnon and Oh Jae-il with consecutive ground balls, and gave up a left-field hit to the first batter, Jeon Byeong-woo, in the fourth inning.

Hwang Jun-seo raised expectations with his precise control and speed control that rarely left the strike zone. 토토사이트 순위

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