6 key players are out due to injuries, but winning is not a normal phenomenon in a way. KT Wiz suffered a lethargic defeat against Hanwha at the bottom, realizing the vacancy of the main players.
On the 15th, KT coach Lee Gang-cheol announced that third baseman Hwang Jae-gyun would be excluded from the first team entry ahead of the match against Suwon Hanwha. The reason was an injury. The previous day, while playing against Hanhwa Yoon San-heum in the 6th inning against Suwon Hanwha as a 7th third baseman, he was hit on the top of his left foot by a batted ball he hit. After falling on the ground and complaining of pain for a while, he eventually left the ground with the help of a trainer and received an X-ray examination at the hospital.카지노사이트
A day later, Hwang Jae-gyun went to KT Wiz Park on crutches. The condition seemed more serious than expected. Director Lee Kang-cheol said, “The checkup showed no abnormalities in my bones, but they said they couldn’t step. The area may be swollen and the fracture may not occur. I need a reexamination,” he said. “It is true that I was hit painfully. I was excluded from the entry because the injured part would last for a long time.”
It was another injury. KT was already having difficulties managing the game with Pil Seung-jo Joo Kwon, Kim Min-soo, starter So Joon So, Sang-baek Eom, and center fielder Allocated Team departing from injury. Iron man Hwang Jae-gyun’s injury was also not in coach Lee Kang-cheol’s season plan, but he was hit by a bad part for the batting ball, and the third baseman was also forced to operate Plan B. In response, Lee submitted a 1.5-class lineup that day, replacing rookie Ryu Hyeon-in at third base and Park Kyung-soo, who needed physical strength at second base, to put in a new base.
No matter how good the coach is at gumballing, it was unreasonable for him to fill the void of six starters. After a bloody battle of 4 hours and 56 minutes the previous day, KT was in need of long innings for the starter, as it was tied in the 12th inning. However, as a substitute starter for So Joon So, exclusion did not play its part with 7 hits, 4 walks, 3 strikeouts and 4 runs in 5 innings. From the beginning, he struggled with control and dedicated two RBIs and timely hits to Brian O’Grady in the first inning and Chae Eun-seong in the second inning.
The batting line consisting of Kim Min-hyeok, Kang Baek-ho, Alford, Park Byung-ho, Moon Sang-cheol, Kim Jun-tae, Shin Bon-gi, Ryu Hyun-in and Kim Sang-soo was helpless. I didn’t know when I was out of the assignment table, but when Hwang Jae-kyun also left, the sense of weight dropped drastically. In the 1st inning Kang Baek-ho fired a solo home run in pursuit, but in the 2nd inning 1 out 1 base, in the 4th inning 1 out 1st and 2nd base, in the 5th inning 2 out 1st and 2nd base, follow-up hits were missed, and follow-up hits were missed. In the 6th inning, 2 out and 1st baseman Kim Jun-tae hit an RBI double, but it was after he had already given the opponent a chance to win. After that, he swallowed regret as the chance for 1st and 2nd base was canceled in the 8th inning.
In the end, KT suffered a 2-7 blow to the lowest-ranking Hanwha, and the 50% win rate collapsed. 4 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses. It was a day when the vacancy of the main players seemed particularly large.