The Samsung Lions’ pitching staff is back to form.

The Samsung Lions’ pitching staff is back to form. The pitching trio, which struggled at the end of the first half, has been recharged by the All-Star break and injured players are returning one after another.

“It’s good that the bullpen was able to take a tempo break (from the All-Star break),” said Park Jin-man on the 9th. “We did well in the early part of the season with the strength of the bullpen, but we will consult with the new pitching coaches and prepare well.”

Right-hander Lee Seung-hyun, who has been the centerpiece of the pitching staff this season, returned to the first team after being recharged. Sidearm Choi Ha-neul, who was removed from the roster to recover, and left-hander Lee Jae-ik, who was sidelined with left elbow and right hip pain, will also return after being promoted from the Futures League.

The return of Choi, who went 1-0 with a 2.04 ERA in 13 games in March and April, and Lee, who recorded double-digit holds (11) for the first time in his career last year, will help Samsung’s pitching staff. Right-hander Kim Tae-hoon, who has been sidelined with a left side injury, is also making a faster-than-expected recovery, according to Park.

Right-handed fireballer Kim Yoon-soo, who is leading the Futures South League in wins and strikeouts for the Sangmu, will join the team after being discharged from the military on May 15. “The first thing is to check his physical condition after his return. 카지노 커뮤니티 We will decide whether to use him as a starter or in the middle after consulting with the pitching coaches.”

No matter how well a pitcher pitches, baseball cannot be won without the support of the batting lineup.

Park emphasized the need for the hitters to come through. “We need to pick up our batting pace, which was good at the beginning of the season. We’ve had a break, so we can definitely turn things around,” he said.

Samsung made a key change in the batting lineup with foreign batsman David McKinnon. McKinnon’s replacement is reportedly a right-handed outfielder. It was also necessary to organize position traffic. “Park Byung-ho and Lee Chang-yong, who was called up today, will play first base, and depending on the situation, Lee Sung-kyu and Yoon Jung-bin can also be utilized as first basemen,” said Park Jin-man.

Outfielder Kim Sung-yoon, who injured his right knee while fielding against SSG in Munhak on May 14, is undergoing basic rehabilitation at the Samsung Training Center (STC). “He needs a little more time,” Park Jin-man said of Kim’s current status.

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