‘Crisis’ Go Woo-seok, 1 Inning of No Runs

‘Crisis’ Go Woo-seok, 1 Inning of No Runs… Kim Ha-seong and Lee Jeong-hoo had no Hits

Ohtani’s second home run in an exhibition game ‘in front of Lee Jeong-hoo’

Go Woo-seok (25, San Diego Padres), who is about to make his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut this season, succeeded in regaining his honor.

Woo-seok appeared as the team’s fourth pitcher in the 7th inning of the home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2024 MLB exhibition game held at Peoria Stadium in Arizona, USA on the 13th (Korean time) and pitched the first inning without allowing any runs. 카지노

Go Woo-seok

Woo-seok Go, who caught the first batter, Kyle Garlick, with a straight hit to shortstop,

then cleared Albert Almora Jr. and Tucker Barnhart with ground balls to third base.

Go Woo-seok’s ERA, who did not give up a point in his fifth appearance in an MLB exhibition game, went down to 12.46.

The reason why Go Woo-seok’s earned run average is so high is because of his poor performance against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the 11th, his last appearance.

Go Woo-seok allowed 4 hits, including 1 home run, and 1 walk while recording 1 out, giving up 5 runs.

It was confirmed that they would participate in the MLB Seoul Series held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 20th and 21st,

but it was a disappointing game considering their future position in the team.

First of all, Go Woo-seok succeeded in changing his mood by catching his first three-way error in this exhibition game in just two days of pitching.

Kim Ha-seong & Lee Jeong-hoo

Ha-seong Kim of San Diego, who started as the fifth hitter and shortstop,

was replaced after going 0-hit in 3 at-bats with 3 fly balls.

Ha-seong Kim’s batting average in the exhibition game was 0.304 (7 hits in 23 at-bats),

and his OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) was 0.915.

Meanwhile, Jeong-hoo Lee started as the number one hitter and center fielder in the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, and was quiet with no hits in three at-bats.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s performance in the exhibition game is a batting average of 0.318 (7 hits in 22 at-bats) and an OPS of 0.875.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who faced Tyler Glasnow, who was designated as the starter for the Dodgers’ opening game,was retired by an infield ground ball in his first at-bat in the first inning, and was out by a fly ball to left field in his second at-bat of the fourth inning.

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