SSG Kim Gwang-hyun, As a Starter for the First Time

SSG Kim Gwang-hyun, ‘no strikeouts’ as a starter for the first time in 9 years, gave up 7 runs in 2⅔ innings

On the 28th, against LG in Incheon, he hit two three-run home runs and was ‘warmed’.

Kim Gwang-Hyun (SSG Landers), who took the mound in the midst of the team’s 6th consecutive loss, failed to show his ace-like performance and collapsed.

Gwang-Hyun Kim started the home game against the professional baseball LG Twins held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 28th and performed poorly, allowing 7 hits (2 home runs), 4 walks, and 7 runs in 2⅔ innings.

This is the record for the fewest innings and most runs allowed in a game this season, and the first ‘no strikeouts’ game of the season. 카지노사이트

It has been about 9 years since Kim Gwang-hyun failed to strike out in a game in which he started, since the Incheon Doosan Bears game on May 14, 2015.

Gwang-Hyun Kim threw 81 balls while getting only 8 outs.

The maximum speed of the fastball was 147 km/h, but the control was shaky.

Kim Gwang-hyun, who has won a total of 161 games in the KBO League and is tied for 3rd place in this category with MBC Sports Plus commentator Jeong Min-cheol (161 wins), will only need to add one more win to take 3rd place.

However, ahead of his milestone, he has not won his last eight games in a row.

Kim Gwang-hyun had a rough start from the first inning.

He gave up a walk after a 9-pitch match with LG’s 1st hitter Hong Chang-gi, and both 2nd hitter Park Hae-min and 3rd hitter Kim Hyun-soo faced off until 7 pitches.

With the bases loaded and two outs, Kim Beom-seok was grounded by the catcher and no points were given, but the number of pitches was 31 when the first inning ended.

After one out in the second inning, Gwang-Hyun Kim allowed consecutive walks to No. 8 hitter Moon Bo-kyung and No. 9 hitter Shin Min-jae, failing to get over the hump in the lower batting lineup.

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