KT Wiz manager Lee Kang-cheol nodded his head when asked if he had watched a video of Choi Chae-heung after his retirement, 먹튀검증 saying, “He’s still a good pitcher. Nothing has changed much. He’s not an easy pitcher to hit.” He praised his opponent’s selection.
When asked about his strategy, Lee said, “It’s a four-day turn. “It’s a four-day turn.”
It was an outlook that implied many things. Even though he had been in the starting rotation at Commerce, there was no way he could have made a four-day turn.
He threw 92 pitches in 5⅓ innings against LG in Jamsil on March 13. “We adjusted his pitch count for Sunday’s start,” Samsung manager Park Jin-man explained. “Even though he started in the mercantile, he wouldn’t have pitched twice in a week,” he said, adding, “He’s very responsible and motivated, so he can do anything.”
However, Choi unknowingly used more energy than he expected in his comeback game.
“I was very nervous until the third inning,” he said. Although he had a lot of starting experience before enlisting, he couldn’t avoid the nervousness before his comeback. The physical exertion was greater than usual.
I hadn’t pitched in four days for a year and a half. It wasn’t easy.
Choi gave up five runs on 10 hits with two walks and three strikeouts in 4⅔ innings in his second start since returning.
After taking a 1-0 lead in the second inning with two hits and a walk, Ahn Chi-young’s grounder and Jang Jun-young’s RBI single scored two runs. Samsung scored four runs in the fifth inning to take a 5-2 lead, but after giving up three runs on a walk and three consecutive hits in the bottom of the fifth with his pitch count exceeding 80, he was relieved by Moon Yong-ik with 오래된토토사이트 two outs. His pitch count exceeded 100 without completing the fifth inning. A lead he couldn’t protect. He walked off the mound with a disappointed look on his face. The team was on a five-game losing streak. But his physical limitations were inevitable.
Two starts in the first week. It wasn’t an easy schedule for the Energizer, and it’s clear that he’s looking forward to his next outing.