[Asian Games] Park Se-woong, who prevented the WBC cold game, pitched 6 scoreless innings in Hangzhou as well
Park Se-woong (27, Lotte Giants), the eldest member of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team,
once again proved his strong heart on the international stage.
Se-woong Park started the first game of the Super Round against Japan on the 5th at Stadium 1 of the Baseball and Softball Sports Center in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, China, laying the foundation for victory. 카지노사이트킹
Park Se-woong gave up only 2 hits and 2 walks in 6 innings, while striking out 9 and allowing no runs.
With Korea leading 1-0 with the first run in the bottom of the sixth inning,
Park Se-woong fulfilled the requirements for a winning pitcher.
If the game ends like this, Park Se-woong is expected to become the first Korean pitcher to win as a starter in this tournament.
Park Se-woong got off to a bad start in the top of the first inning,
allowing a walk and stolen base to Hiroki Nakagawa and a hit to left by Shoji Kitamura.
However, he put the crisis to rest on his own with a foul fly and a missed swing strikeout on first and third bases with one out.
Park Se-woong, who was beaten early, continued his fight afterward as if he had hit zero.
He blocked the 2nd inning with 3 fly balls, and in the 3rd inning,
he hit 1 fly ball and struck out 2 swings, making it his 2nd consecutive three-out inning.
He gave up his second hit to leadoff hitter Kitamura in the fourth inning,
but blocked the follow-up hitter with two strikeouts and a grounder.
Park Se-woong gave up only one walk and no hits in the 5th inning,
finished the 6th inning with two looking strikeouts and a ground ball before passing the ball to Choi Ji-min (KIA Tigers).
This is not the first time Park Se-woong has fought back wearing the Taegeuk symbol.
Park Se-woong, who is representing the adult national team for the fourth time,
had 7 games, 1 win, 1 loss, 12⅔ innings, 17 strikeouts,
an average ERA of 1.42 on the international stage before this tournament.