After the professional baseball game between Kiwoom and Hanwha at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 25th, Hanwha players huddled together without leaving the dugout. What they looked at was Jang Si-hwan (36), who was doing a broadcast interview.카지노사이트

Jang Si-hwan took the mound in the bottom of the 7th inning, trailing 3-6, and blocked one inning with no runs. Thanks to the team scoring a whopping 13 points in the top of the 8th inning, he became the winning pitcher. On September 27, 2020, he escaped from a long 19-game losing streak that started with NC. Jang Si-hwan, who holds the record for the most consecutive losses in the KBO League, tasted victory after 1036 days in his 93rd appearance.

The juniors rejoiced in the senior’s escape from losing streak as if it were their own. He said, “Crying, crying” and looked at Jang Si-hwan’s expression, and after the broadcast interview was over, he generously showered him with water.

His whole body was drenched, and Jang Si-hwan’s eyes were red with tears. He said, “The 19 consecutive losses passed like a film. He felt once again how good it is to win,” he said.

It was also meaningful that Gocheok Dome was the place where the victory was won after twists and turns. Jang Si-hwan became the protagonist of the disgraceful record of the most consecutive losses in history, pushing Shim Soo-chang (retired, 18 consecutive losses) by hitting a timely hit to end the 10th inning in the opening match of this season, Gocheok Kiwoom.

Carrying on a long losing streak and continuing my career as a player was no small feat. Jang Si-hwan said, “I was always anxious. He doesn’t have a good record, and to be honest, there were times when going on the mound was intimidating. He even thought about retiring.”

He also complained to Shim Soo-chang, who had a record of 18 consecutive losses for a long time. Jang Si-hwan said, “The only person who knew the heart well (of the long losing streak) was Soo-chang hyung. He cried because it was so hard that he couldn’t stand it. At that time, he said, ‘Senior Suchang wrote it because the people around him believed in you’.”

Not only did Jiang Si-hwan throw well that day, but his juniors were also a big thanks to his support for the batting line. Did you get a feeling before the game? Jang Si-hwan prepared for the game that day and wiped Noh Si-hwan’s bat. Noh Si-hwan hit a solo home run in the 4th inning and climbed to the top of the 20th home run of the season. In the big inning in the 8th inning, he also contributed to the victory by getting a push-out walk.

Jang Si-hwan, who joked, “I cleaned it because it was so dirty,” said, “I believe in luck. No Si-hwan came in in the second half and he wiped it because he had a bad pace. So he thought that luck had come back.”

Jang Si-hwan said, “I took all the bad things. I have gotten used to it,” he said. “I hope that my juniors will now do only good things and add to the team by achieving only good results. If you do that, the team will be better and stronger. I hope my juniors only walk on good paths.”

Now, I am dreaming of playing fall baseball with my juniors. With this victory, Hanwha, which is tied for 8th place with Kiwoom, is only 2.5 games away from KT in 5th place. Jang Si-hwan said, “It is important for the team to go to the top 5. Now, I want to do my best to become the driving force for the team to win,” he said with a smile.

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