Although the other ships are silent, the ‘KKKKK’ nuclear submarine has been revived

SSG Landers submarine pitcher Park Jong-hoon (32) failed again in his first win of the season. However, his fourth appearance was clearly different from the previous three.

Park Jong-hoon started the 3rd game of the season against the Doosan Bears in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 30th and made a good pitch with 6 hits, 5 strikeouts, 2 walks 스포츠토토and 1 run in 6 innings.

On the 7th, he pitched 6 scoreless innings against the Hanwha Eagles, but Park Jong-hoon, who did not receive any scoring support, struggled with 8 runs in 3 innings against the Samsung Lions on the 13th, and 5 runs in 6 innings against the KT Wiz on the 19th (4 earned runs).

Park Jong-hoon, who recorded 7.20 ERA and 1 loss without a win in the previous 3 games. His fourth pitch was much better. Although he did not receive support from other players and lost the game, Park Jong-hoon did his part as a starting pitcher.

In the first inning, he gave up a left-handed hit to lead batter Soo-bin Jeong and even allowed a base to be stolen. In addition, he gave Jo a ball that fit his body and shook it. However, after catching Yang Seok-hwan with a floating ball to left field, he blocked Kim Jae-hwan with a ground ball in front of the second baseman. After putting out Jo Soo-haeng, who was running to second base, he took a breather by treating Yang Eui-ji as a floating ball in right field at second base, first and third base.

In the second inning, after one out, he gave up heavy hits to Heo Gyeong-min and Rojas, but Kang Seung-ho struck out a grounder in front of third baseman and Jeong Su-bin, and passed the inning without conceding a run. In the 3rd inning, he made his first tripartite inning.

In the fourth inning, Park Jong-hoon gave up a walk to Heo Gyeong-min after two outs and lost a double to Rojas at the right time. The 0-0 balance is broken. However, Park Jong-hoon struck out Kang Seung-ho and kept the mound with one strikeout each from the 4th to the 6th inning.

The other line was just savage. The previous day (29th), he scored 10 points in the second match against Doosan, but he could not score even one point the day Park Jong-hoon took the mound. Opponent starter Gwak Bin threw well, but again delayed the first win opportunity.

SSG, which was on a two-game winning streak, lost 0-2 that day.

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