Choi Ha-neul, the 5th starting candidate for the Samsung Lions, continued a good fight in the 4th game of the Futures League.
Choi Ha-neul started the Futures League match against LG, the leader of the northern league, held at Champions Park in Icheon on the 10th, recording 5 hits, 1 walk, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and no runs in 6 innings. 96 total pitches. The number of balls was increased enough to meet the first-team call-up standard.
Ha-neul Choi passed the mound to Se-woong Park from the 7th inning, leading 4-0, and Samsung won 5-1, giving Choi Ha-neul his second win of the season.
After the opening of the Futures League, Choi Ha-neul, who had been on a streak of 2 consecutive games, recorded his first earned run this season by giving up 5 hits and 2 runs in 5⅔ innings against Goyang on the 2nd.
However, he started a scoreless streak again in the fourth game. He lowered his earned run average to 1.02 with two earned runs in 4 games and 17⅔ innings.스포츠토토
Choi Ha-neul, who steadily increased from 2 innings → 4 innings → 5⅔ innings → 6 innings, has been prepared as a starting resource that can be called up at any time when there is a gap in the selection.
However, it seems that there will be no call-up for the first team right now.
Samsung coach Park Jin-man said, “The selection against LG on Saturday (13th) is Heo Yun-dong,” before the second match of the week against Hanwha held at Daejeon Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 10th. The reason for the drop was revealed.
Coach Park explained, “If you are in good shape and throw well, you will keep going.
Manager Park Jin-man, who was reported on the pitching results of Choi Ha-neul that day, denied the possibility of an early call-up, saying, “Although he is producing good results because of his good game management skills, his restraint has not yet been fully recovered after rehabilitation.” He then explained the reason, “The fast ball should come out around the latter half of 130 km, but it is still staying in the mid-130 km range.
Choi Ha-neul suffered from shoulder pain after last season and stayed in Korea to rehabilitate. For the time being, he will continue to make starts in the Futures League and increase his velocity.
Heo Yun-dong is recording an average ERA of 6.28 with 2 losses in 4 Futures League games and 10 runs in 14⅓ innings.
In his most recent appearance, against Goyang on the 4th, he allowed 3 runs with 4 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts, including 2 home runs in 5 innings.