“It is growing. do not retreat.”

Lotte Giants coach Larry Sutton believes in and encourages left-hander Kim Jin-wook (21) in his third year. In the first game against SSG Landers, his control was shaken, but he wrapped it up, saying, “I am a player in the process of growing.”

In the first game of the season against SSG held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 4th, Kim Jin-wook took the mound at the end of the 7th inning when the team was trailing 1-3. He was the team’s third pitcher.

He gave up a walk to first batter Choi Joo-hwan and a walk 메이저놀이터to foreign hitter Heredia who entered the next at-bat. After that, Hanyu Island pinch hitter Choi Sang-min was given a send-off bunt, and he was driven into a crisis with 1 company, 2nd and 3rd base. He also gave up a walk to Park Seong-han.

bases crisis. In the end, Kim Jin-wook passed the mound to Kim Sang-soo. The game was stopped due to rain and ended in a cold game loss, but if it wasn’t for the rain, Lotte could have made a lot of runs in the 7th inning.

When he was a student at Gangneung High School, he was evaluated as a ‘super high school level’ pitcher. He was praised for his excellent pitching and good control of the game. However, he has yet to live up to expectations.

Coach Sutton said, “Kim Jin-wook is a growing player. He didn’t grow as much as he wanted yesterday’s game, but he showed evidence that he is growing. He also said that if he said the opposite, he would like to say that he ‘didn’t retreat’.”

Sutton continued, “It was my first appearance yesterday. Kim Jin-wook said, “He showed his will to fight on the mound.” It was also the weather that the jegu had no choice but to shake. When Kim Jin-wook got on the mound, the rain became thicker, and as soon as Kim Jin-wook was replaced, the game eventually stopped and ended.

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