‘Excellent crisis management ability’ Kim Gwang-hyun, 2 hits and 2K scoreless in the first match

 Kim Gwang-hyeon (SSG Landers), who was on the WBC (World Baseball Classic) national team, showed excellent crisis management skills in his first appearance.

On the 17th (Korean time), Kim Gwang-hyun started a practice game against the NC Dinos held at the Keno Veteran Memorial Stadium in Tucson온라인카지노, Arizona, USA, and blocked the first inning with 2 hits and 2 strikeouts. A total of 20 pitches.

Kim Gwang-hyun, who gave lead hitter Han Seok-hyun a right-handed hit in 1B2S, struck out follow-up hitter Kim Seong-wook with three balls on a swing and pulled out the first out count. Kim Gwang-hyun, who met Do Tae-hoon at 1 out 1 base, was driven to the risk of conceding runs on 1st and 3rd bases as the bat broke and the hit ball became a hit that fell into the 1st and 2nd bases. However, Kim Gwang-hyeon caught Oh Yeong-soo with a swinging strikeout after six pitches, and finished the inning without conceding a run by disposing of Yun Hyeong-jun as a fly ball in right field.

National team coach Lee Kang-cheol started the second inning and put the second pitcher, Koh Young-pyo (KT Wiz), on the mound.

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