The return to the first team by Oh Seung-hwan (41, Samsung Lions), the ‘end boss’ who finished the reorganization, took place in a situation where the team was being dragged by a large score difference.

Oh Seung-hwan climbed the mound in the top of the 9th inning with the team trailing 2-8 in the match against the 2023 Shinhan Bank Sol KBO League KIA Tigers held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on the 16th.

Oh Seung-hwan, who was on the mound for the first team 13 days after the Daegu Kiwoom Heroes match on the 3rd, showed off a clean pitch by finishing one inning with a three-way strike.

In the top of the ninth, he caught lead batter Kim Seon-bin with a shortstop ground ball. He threw a slider on a ball count 2 ball -1 strike, inducing a bum hit.

Oh Seung-hwan, who faced Shin Bum-soo, threw a fastball and caught it as a floating ball in center field.

Oh Seung-hwan had a match with Choi Hyung-woo, the follow-up hitter, reaching 10 pitches. In the full count situation, Choi Hyeong-woo kicked off a forkball consecutively as a foul, but Oh Seung-hwan threw another forkball on the 10th pitch and treated it as a ground ball to second base.

It is not a familiar scene for Oh Seung-hwan, who only played as a professional closer, to pitch in a situation where he was trailing by 6 points.

Oh Seung-hwan had quite a few unfamiliar experiences since last year when he entered his 40s in Korean age.

Oh Seung-hwan, who temporarily gave up his finishing position at the end of July last year, took the mound in the top of the 6th inning.

In a game against the Hanwha Eagles on July 27 last year, Oh took the mound in the top of the 6th inning with the team leading 6-3, ending one inning with a three-way exit. It was the first time in 12 years that Seung-hwan Oh pitched before the 7th inning, between the 1st and 6th innings, in the 5th inning against the Lotte Giants on June 17, 2010.

Oh Seung-hwan, who started this year as a closer, had a different experience as he went through ups and downs.

Samsung coach Park Jin-man and pitching coach Jeong Hyeon-wook took the special measure of starting Oh when Seung-hwan Oh could not find his condition. It was a message to regain his senses while digesting long innings.

Oh Seung-hwan made his starting debut against Daegu Kiwoom on the 3rd. He had only played 620 games in his KBO League career as a bullpen before that game, and he started in his 621st career game.

At that time, Seung-hwan Oh allowed 3 runs on 5 hits (1 home run) in 5 innings and became the losing pitcher.

Oh Seung-hwan, who went down to the 2nd team for a while to recover and reorganize, returned to the 1st team on the 14th, 10 days later토스카지노.

Coach Park announced that he would use Oh Seung-hwan depending on the situation after returning to the first team, but his return match was also played in unfamiliar circumstances. The fact that Seung-hwan Oh took the mound when Samsung was trailing 2-8 made me wonder.

There was a reason.

Samsung had a 2-1 lead in the previous day’s game, but gave up 7 runs only in the 7th inning and was reversed. Seung-hwan Oh was preparing to pitch in a situation where Samsung was leading the way.

Director Park said, “Oh Seung-hwan prepared for the mound from the situation when he was leading 2-1. It was a calculation to send him out when it was a save situation in the ninth inning.”

However, even after allowing a turnaround in the 7th inning, Oh Seung-hwan went to the mound as it was for the real sense of the game.

Director Park explained, “It was a situation that Oh Seung-hwan was preparing for, and there was a gap in the actual game. So he decided to put in as planned.”

Oh Seung-hwan showed stable pitching, such as throwing a fastball with a maximum speed of 146 km/h, making the return of the ‘end plate captain’ expected. It remains to be seen whether Samsung’s efforts to revive Oh Seung-hwan will work.

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