“Most 9 Runs for Individuals → ERA 8.78.” Moon Dong-ju eventually went to the 2nd division…Hwang Sung-bin + Han Dong-hee also deleted the entry

Seven KBO League players have been removed from the primary league entry list on Tuesday. Pitcher Moon Dong-joo (Hanwha Eagles), pitcher Lee Kun-wook and infielder Kim Chan-hyung (SSG Landers), catcher Park Sung-bin (Kium Heroes), catcher Jung In-geun and infielder Han Dong-hee, and outfielder Hwang Sung-bin (Lotte Giants) have been sent to the secondary league. Pitcher Lee Choong-ho (Hanwha) has been registered in the primary league.스포츠토토

Moon’s name stands out. A right-handed fire bowler, Moon made his professional debut as a midfielder after joining the team through the first round of nomination in 2022. He gained experience as an alternative starter that year. He started rotation as a starting pitcher in earnest from last year. He has grown into a starting pitcher for the Korean national team under special management of the Hanwha Eagles.

He is showing signs of abating this season. He was sluggish in six games and 26 ⅔ innings with one win and two losses and an earned run average of 8.78. His hit-to-base percentage is a whopping 0.380, and his WHIP is 2.21.

He started with six hits, two walks, five strikeouts and two runs in five innings in a game against SSG on April 28, his first appearance of the season. He immediately secured his starting win. In the game against Lotte on April 4, he struggled with 10 hits (one homer) and three walks, three strikeouts and four runs in five innings. He was withdrawn due to a no-decision game. In the game against the Doosan Bears on April 10, he collapsed by allowing six hits (one homer) and three walks, two strikeouts and six runs in three ⅓ innings. He ended up losing his first game of the season.

In the game against the NC Dinos on Sunday, he garnered seven hits (one homer) in five ⅓ innings, walked two, struck out six and allowed three runs (one earned run), and seemed to be rebounding from the game against the NC Dinos. In the game against the KT Wiz on Sunday, he allowed seven hits, two walks and one strikeout in four ⅔ innings, and allowed five runs (four earned runs), and suffered a setback due to the game against the NC Dinos.

The game against Doosan Bears on Friday, his most recent appearance, was shocking. He had 10 hits (three homers) and one walk, one strikeout and nine runs in three ⅓ innings. He lowered his head by allowing Kim Jae-hwan two three-run homers. He lost for the second time in this season. His ERA, which stood at 6.56, soared to 8.78. It is the first time since his debut that Moon has allowed nine runs in a game. He disgraced himself as the most runs scored by an individual in a game.

He could no longer join the first team. Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho ultimately withdrew his sword. He excluded Moon from the first team.

Lee Choong-ho recorded his first call-up of this season on Tuesday. He played nine games in the Futures League in the second division, and had four hits, four walks, and 11 strikeouts and no runs. He had two wins and two holds and an earned run average of zero.

Hwang, who drew attention due to his robust batting performance and active play recently, is taking a breather due to a hamstring injury. In 26 games this year, Hwang had a batting average of 0.378 (14 hits in 37 times at bat), three homers, eight RBIs and 18 runs scored.

In particular, he roared by hitting three homers in one day in the first and second games of the double header against KT on the 21st. He is far from a home run hitter, but he made five hits (three homers) in nine times at bat, six RBIs and four runs in two games. He made three hits (two homers) in five times at bat in the first game, and two hits (one homer) in four times at bat in the second game. A comma was taken due to an unexpected injury.

Han Dong-hee, who injured his intraperitoneal muscle early in the exhibition game, joined the main league on Wednesday. However, he remained silent with a batting average of 0.167 (three hits in 18 times at bat) and one RBI in seven games. Now is the time for reorganization.

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