Lee Min-ho started the Futures League game against the Hanwha Eagles in Seosan and showed a slump of nine hits, one walk, one strikeout, and eight runs, including two home runs in 2⅔3 innings. Lee Min-ho, who had only two runs (one earned run) and a stable 0.51 ERA in 17⅔3 innings in the previous three games, seemed to have a chance to start the first division as Choi Won-tae went down to the second division in a slump, but it is not known whether he will be able to join the first division.
Lee Min-ho, who handled the lead Ha Joo-seok with a grounder in front of the first baseman in the bottom of the first inning, finished with a three-way exit by striking out No. 2 Kim Min-ki and No. 3 Lee Sung-gon.메이저놀이터
But he was beaten in the bottom of the second inning. Lee Min-ho, who started in crisis when he hit a mid-wicket double at the first pitch by No. 4 Kim In-hwan, caught No. 5 Park Jung-hyun as a center fielder fly, and handled No. 6 Eurogyul with a grounder to third baseman to make two outs. However, No. 7 Anjin allowed a double on the left-field line to give up the first run, and No. 8 Kim Gun hit a two-run home run over the left fence. 0-3. He allowed a heavy hit to No. 9 Yoo Sang-bin, and gave up one more run to No. 1 Ha Joo-seok for a right-center double. He caught No. 2 Kim Min-ki with a fly ball to right field and finished the long second inning.
The bottom of the third inning was not good either.
He caught No. 3 Lee Sung-gon as a right fielder fly, but sent No. 4 Kim In-hwan to a walk after a full count battle, and was hit by No. 5 Park Jung-hyun with a two-run shot in the middle. 0-6. Lee Min-ho, who was hit by No. 7 Anjin with a right-center double and faced a crisis of two outs and second base again after catching No. 6 Euro-gyeol with a fly ball to center field, gave up another run after getting a right-handed hit by Kim Gun, who was hit by a two-run shot. The decision to replace No. 9 Yoo Sang-bin was eventually made on the bench as the crisis of the first and third bases continued due to a right-handed hit. Left-handed pitcher Kim Joo-wan went up to the mound, but gave up a walk to No. 1 Ha Joo-seok to get the bases loaded, and caught No. 0-8.3 Lee Sung-gon with a ground ball in front of shortstop with a walk to No. 2 Kim Min-ki to finish the bottom of the third inning.
Lee Min-ho, who made only five appearances this season due to injuries and sluggishness, lost two games without a victory and had a 5.03 ERA. On June 22, three runs in one inning against the NC Dinos were his last appearance, and he later went down to the second division to start building up his body. LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop said, “Lee Min-ho can be raised if the next alternative starter is needed,” and Choi Won-tae, who showed seven runs in 2⅔ innings against KIA on the 10th, was removed from the first-tier entry on the 11th, making Lee Min-ho likely to start again.