It’s not Jeong Cheol-won’s fault, it’s my fault for not being able to manage it.”
The Doosan Bears suffered a 4-5 defeat against KT Wiz in an away game in Suwon on the 10th. They succeeded in turning the score around 4-3 in the top of the 9th inning, but lost due to a walk in the bottom of the 9th inning. Finisher Jeong Cheol-won was unable to preserve the victory. Leadoff hitter Hwang Jae-gyun hit a tying home run. With the bases loaded and 2 outs, followed by 2 hits and 4 intentional pitches, he gave up a walk.먹튀검증 He recorded a straight walk against Kang Hyun-woo.
It was a painful loss on the first day of the final eight-game series. Moved from 3rd to 5th place. SSG Landers, tied for third place, is one game behind NC Dinos. After giving up the game, the Doosan players boarded the club bus to Busan.
Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who met before the Busan Lotte Giants game on the 11th, said, “I was upset yesterday, but I forgot everything after I went to sleep. I have to keep my cool so as not to affect today’s game as well.” Even if you are a professional who wins and loses every day, it is not easy.
Coach Lee said, “Yesterday was bad, but it’s not Jeong Cheol-won’s fault. These are very difficult times. No matter how much we manage, there are some things we can’t do anything about.”
Until the game against KT on the 10th, Jeong Cheol-won appeared in 65 games and pitched 70⅔ innings. He topped 70 innings for the second consecutive year, following 72⅔ innings last year.
Coach Lee said, “How many games have we won thanks to Jeong Cheol-won? He is still playing his role well. I am grateful. I feel sorry for making him throw too many times.”
Jeong Cheol-won will not play against Lotte on the 11th and will take a break. Coach Lee said his shoulder muscles were a little tight.