“I had 8 hits, but because I didn’t give up a walk, I only gave up 3 runs.”

SSG Landers coach Kim Won-hyung gave a positive evaluation to left-handed pitcher Oh Won-seok, who became the losing pitcher the previous day.

Oh Won-seok started in the away game against the LG Twins held in Jamsil on the 16th and became the losing pitcher with 9 hits, 1 walk, 1 strikeout, and 5 runs in 5⅓ innings.

Oh Won-seok, who allowed one run in the bottom of the first inning and kept the game scoreless through the fourth inning, gave up two more runs with three hits in the bottom of the fifth inning to go down 0-3. The team scored 4 runs in the top of the 6th inning to make it 4-3, giving Oh Won-seok a chance to become the winning pitcher, but Oh Won-seok allowed a double to Moon Bo-kyung and a walk to Park Dong-won with 1 out in the bottom of the 6th, and was replaced by Ko Hyo-jun at 1st and 3rd base with 2 outs. done. Afterwards, Ko Hyo-jun allowed 4 runs following a walk followed by consecutive hits, and the two runners that Oh Won-seok put on base both scored, increasing Oh Won-seok’s runs allowed to 5 points and becoming the losing pitcher. After falling behind from 4-3 to 4-7, SSG gave up 3 more runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to make it 4-10, and lost without being able to catch up. Due to the loss on this day, they lost 4th place to the KIA Tigers, who had no game due to rain, and tied for 5th place with the Doosan Bears.

However, ahead of the double header against LG on the 17th, Coach Kim gave a very positive evaluation of Oh Won-seok’s pitching until the 5th inning the day before.스포츠토토

Coach Kim said, “Oh Won-seok pitched well. He had 8 hits and allowed 3 runs through the 5th inning. And there were no walks.” He added, “8 hits is not a small number. However, giving only 3 runs means that if there are no walks, the probability is “It’s not easy to get to a big inning. After seeing that, I hope he can now trust his pitch and throw it with confidence.”

Manager Kim continued, “If I keep pitching like yesterday, wouldn’t it be possible to go 6 or 7 innings?” and “Isn’t that the number of pitches (81 in 5 innings)? In the last game (against KT on the 9th), 85 in 3 innings.” He threw it. Because the ball count is difficult, he throws a confident ball to the opponent. But yesterday, he went right on the first, second, and third pitches and batted, so he got a hit, but he caught it as a base hit. Won-seok will play baseball like that from now on. “It would be nice to do it,” he said.

Oh Won-seok has appeared 24 times as a starter this season, recording 6 wins, 9 losses, and an ERA of 5.59. Oh Won-seok, who recorded 7 wins, 6 losses, 2 holds, and an ERA of 5.89 in 110 innings in 33 games in 2021, pitched 144 innings in 31 games last year, posting a record of 6 wins, 8 losses, and an average ERA of 4.50.

He doesn’t show much difference this season from the past two years.

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