Lotte Giants Park Se-woong, who was selected as a ‘wild card’ for the national baseball team participating in the Hangzhou Asian Games and served as a reliable eldest brother, pitched his last pitch of the season in front of his home fans. Park Se-woong returned to Korea through Inchan Airport with the national team players on the 8th, the day after finishing the Asian Games baseball finals.먹튀검증
He went to Jamsil Stadium on the 9th and joined his team that was on an away trip to Seoul. Accompanied by his teammates, he was registered as a first-team entry ahead of the home game against the Doosan Bears held at Sajik Stadium on the 11th.
As Lotte acting manager Lee Jong-woon mentioned, Park Se-woong prepared to take the mound that day. It was Lotte’s last home game of the regular season. And since his team failed to advance to the ‘Fall Baseball’, this day was also Park Se-woong’s last appearance this season.
Park Se-woong threw the ball in front of his home fans without regret. The start was somewhat slow.
In the top of the first inning, he gave up a walk to lead hitter Jeong Soo-bin. Jeong Soo-bin succeeded in stealing second base when the follow-up batter Jose Rojas was at bat. With no outs on second base, Rojas hit a timely hit against Park Se-woong.
They gave up the first run, but Park Se-woong finished the inning without giving up any additional runs. He stabilized afterward. In the top of the second inning, he struck out three batters in a row. He finished the third inning with a triple throw.
Kim In-tae and Yang Seok-hwan gave up timely hits in the top of the 4th and 5th innings, respectively, resulting in runs, but Park Se-woong took charge of the mound until the 6th inning. In the meantime, the team’s batting lineup lightened Park Se-woong’s shoulders.
Lotte batters scored 11 runs through the 6th inning with 16 hits, including Yoo Kang-nam’s home run. Acting Manager Lee brought Kim Sang-soo to the mound as the second pitcher in place of Park Se-woong during the offense-defense shift after the bottom of the sixth inning.
Park Se-woong threw 107 pitches over 6 innings on this day, allowing 6 hits, 2 walks, 6 strikeouts, and 3 runs, achieving a quality start (less than 3 earned runs in 6 innings as a starting pitcher). Also, if Lotte maintains the lead and the game ends, he becomes the winning pitcher.
On the other hand, Doosan starting pitcher Choi Won-jun was sold early. He threw 43 pitches in 1.2 innings, allowing 5 hits (1 home run), 1 walk out, and 3 runs.