Will Samsung Lions Won Tae-in (23), who fought with fighting spirit in the rain, be able to make his last appearance before the Asian Games?
In the game against KT Wiz held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on the 14th, Won Tae-in pitched a quality start, pitching 6 innings, 101 pitches, 6 hits (1 home run), 2 walks토토사이트, 6 strikeouts, and 4 runs (3 earned runs), leading the team to a 10-4 victory. led the
This is Won Tae-in, who once again put up a fight in the rain. Won Tae-in has reacted sensitively to rain interruptions during games. He was kicked out early due to rain stoppages in his two previous appearances (against KIA on August 20th and against NC on September 2nd). Won Tae-in himself was careful because he had a history of injuries in the past. Even in the previous day’s game, Won Tae-in kept the mound in the process of getting wet with rain and succeeded in achieving his 17th quality start, the most in a single season.
However, Won Tae-in’s physical condition must be monitored. Won Tae-in suffered a sudden pain in his right thumb during the previous day’s game, so he tolerated it and threw. Additionally, he sprained his ankle while handling Jang Jun-won’s surprise bunt in the top of the second inning with one out and runners on first and third base. If all goes as planned, he will start as a starter in the Daegu Samsung game on the 21st and be called up to the Hangzhou Asian Games national team on the 23rd. However, it remains to be seen whether he will make his final appearance before the Asian Games due to finger and ankle injuries.
Ahead of the game against NC Dinos held at Changwon NC Park on the 15th, coach Park Jin-man said, “Won Tae-in is better than yesterday. He said, “I think tomorrow (16th) he will have to check while playing catch,” and “The ankle is okay, but the fingers are careful. He didn’t sprain his finger, but he had some problems. “I think he will have to catch the ball tomorrow and make sure he checks,” he emphasized.
Still, Won Tae-in expressed satisfaction that he had done his part and came down. Coach Park said, “He is a player with a competitive spirit and is also greedy. “He is a player who can grow,” he explained.