The confrontation unfolded in front of the submarine legend. The batters’ bats were cold.

Doosan Bears and KT Wiz faced off on the 23rd at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul. Doosan pitched Choi Won-joon (29) as the starting pitcher, and KT pitched Ko Young-pyo (32) as the starting pitcher.

A match between two pitchers who have a lot in common. All of them are submarine-type pitchers, and are between seniors and juniors at Dongguk University for 3 years. At the same time, coach Lee Kang-chul taught in the professional league.토토사이트

Coach Lee is a submarine legend representing the KBO. With 152 wins in his career, he is the holder of the most wins by an underhand pitcher. Manager Lee coached Choi Won-joon while coaching Futures and pitching coach at Doosan, and from 2019 came to KT as manager and ate rice with Ko Young-pyo.

The two pitchers had a good fight in front of their teacher and senior from their alma mater. Choi Won-jun recorded 6 hits, 4 pitches, 2 runs, 3 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings, and Ko Young-pyo had 7 hits, 4 pitches, 3 strikeouts and 1 run over 7 innings.

KT scored first with no runs until the 3rd inning. Leading batter Kim Min-hyeok hit and went out, and after a run, Park Byeong-ho hit the ball. Jang Seong-woo turned with a floating ball, but Kang Baek-ho scored the first point with a timely hit.

Although the score was given, Choi Won-joon did his part as a starting pitcher by not allowing additional runs until the 6th inning. 92 total pitches. Along with a fastball of up to 140 km, he mixed sliders (24), curves (17), and changeups (8).

Ko Young-pyo endured the mound with no runs until the 6th inning, but swallowed regret at a defensive mistake in the 7th. Following consecutive hits by Kim Jae-hwan and Yang Eui-ji, second baseman José Rojas hit a ground ball. It was a double play course, but in the process of catching the runner on second base after catching the runner on first base, an error was made in the process of catching the runner on second base, and eventually Kim Jae-hwan, who was on second base, came home.

Ko Young-pyo threw 95 pitches. He mixed the changeup (43), sinker (42), slider (9), and curveball (1) to tie Doosan’s lineup.

Both pitchers failed to win the day. Tim couldn’t help but smile. After the starting pitcher gave up, both teams’ batting lines were silent, and eventually the game was close until the 12th inning, but the game ended in a 1-1 draw. Doosan’s first draw of the season. KT was the second draw game.

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