Kwak Bin (24), the domestic ace of the professional baseball Doosan Bears, pitched well in his return game after 25 days.먹튀검증
Kwak Bin started the home game against the KIA Tigers held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 13th and lasted 6 innings with 109 pitches, 2 hits, 2 walks, 9 strikeouts, and 1 run.
If Doosan wins on this day, they will secure at least a tie for 5th place and have an absolute advantage in advancing to the postseason.
Doosan, which fell to 9th place last year and was unable to participate in the fall baseball season, selected Kwak Bin as the starter in a game that will determine whether or not to re-enter the postseason, which is the first step in rebuilding the dynasty.
Kwak Bin participated in the Hangzhou Asian Games as a member of the national team, but was unable to pitch in a single game due to symptoms of phlegm.
Kwak Bin is the only member of the national team who did not play in a single game.
Fortunately, Kwak Bin, who was not seriously injured and recovered his condition smoothly after returning home, used his powerful pitch to turn the KIA batters around.
Although his control was a bit shaky, he pitched powerfully, not allowing a single hit until the third inning.
Doosan’s batting line also lightened Kwak Bin’s shoulders by scoring 3 points with concentrated hitting in the bottom of the 3rd inning.
Kwak Bin allowed consecutive hits to Kim Sun-bin and Socrates Brito in the 4th inning, facing a crisis with no outs on first and third base.
He threw a fastball to Lee Woo-sung and gave up a big hit to the outfield, but the center fielder caught the hit on the warning track and gave up 1 run with a sacrifice fly.
In the ensuing crisis of allowing a run with one out and two bases on base, Kwak Bin had to ground out Kim Tae-gun and strike out Byun Woo-hyuk.
Kwak Bin, who was on the mound in the 5th inning, struck out Kim Ho-ryeong, Kim Gyu-seong with an outfield fly ball, and Kim Do-young with a strikeout.
In the 6th inning, he struck out Ko Jong-wook and Kim Sun-bin, then grounded out Socrates, keeping the score 3-1.