Fire bowler, the No. 1 overall pick of 150km, has no points in three consecutive games…Does the fastball speed go up little by little

Professional baseball Hanwha Eagles pitcher Kim Seo-hyun continued to score no runs in three consecutive games in the Futures League.

Kim Seo-hyun pitched as a relief pitcher in a game against the Futures League SSG 2nd Division at Seosan Baseball Stadium on Sunday, and gave up one hit, two strikeouts and no run in an inning. The Hanwha Eagles won the game as a relief pitcher by winning the game as a walk-off.토토사이트

Kim Seo-hyun took the mound in the top of the ninth inning with the score tied 7-7. He got a double hit by Ahn Sang-hyun, the first batter. With no outs and runners on the first base, he allowed the first baseman to steal second base for the second time. With five fouls coming against Shin at risk of losing points, the team had a close game for 10th time. He struck out swinging for the 10th time.

Ryu Hyo-seung, the first batter in the Futures League, grounded out to the third base and struck out Jeon Eui-san with two outs and a runner on the second base to finish the inning. Hanwha won the game 8-7 with Kim Min-ki’s walk-off hit in the bottom of the ninth inning with one out and runners on the second and third bases.

Kim Seo-hyun was excluded from the primary league entry on Wednesday last week. At the time, his first-team record was 1.50 ERA (two runs and one earned run in six innings) in five games. The problem was his fastball arrest.

Choi Won-ho said of Kim Seo-hyun, “I keep asking him not to throw weakly to throw strikes. You need to get a feel for strikes by throwing them strongly. I think he is trying to overcome the crisis right away, so I lower his speed and throw them. That is also the case in the first team.”

He also said, “You need to reduce the speed of your ball and throw to increase the strike ratio, but that’s not the case. He told me to throw as hard as you can, and what’s the point of throwing 70 to 80 percent and getting the strike ratio.”

As a rookie last year, Kim posted a maximum fastball speed of 158 kilometers per hour and an average speed of 152 kilometers per hour. However, his average fastball speed this season dropped to 145 kilometers per hour.

Kim Seo-hyun played in four games in the second division, but was sluggish in a game against LG’s second division on the 17th with two hits, one walk and one walk, and two runs in one inning. Since then, he has recorded three strikeouts and no runs in three innings with one hit and no outs.

Coach Choi Won-ho said before the match against KT in Suwon on the 24th, “Kim Seo-hyun is reported to be balanced and pitching well, although it is not a lot of games in Futures. If there is a player who continues to be that way and is thinking of replacing in the first team, Seo-hyun may come up and throw it.”

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