Two reasons revealed by coach Choi Won-ho to put Kim “Pil Seung-jo” Seo-hyeon into the lead by 9 points

Kim Seo-hyeon (19), who emerged as Hanwha’s winning team, came out of the lead situation by 9 points. Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho had two reasons. 

On the 23rd, Kim Seo-hyun made a relief mound following starter Ricardo Sanchez in the 6th inning, where he was significantly ahead of Daejeon KIA by 9-0. It was a little unexpected that Kim Seo-hyun, who was upgraded to the Pil Seung-jo in the coaching system of Choi Won-ho, which started on the 12th, had a 9-gradual lead. 메이저놀이터

Kim Seo-hyun struck out Hyung-woo Choi with 3 pitches in the 6th inning and easily pulled out with 9 balls. 

With Han Seung-joo getting a timely hit from Ryu Ji-hyeok, Kim Seo-hyun’s record for the day was 1⅓ innings and 3 runs. Kim Seo-hyun, who ended her 8-game scoreless streak, also soared from 2.08 to 3.77. 

Regarding Kim Seo-hyun’s input ahead of the KIA game on the 24th, coach Choi Won-ho said, “We had a 9-0 lead until the 5th inning, but we were in the middle of three consecutive losses. It was a situation where loose play could come out, and I thought it would be okay if I tightly blocked the 2 innings with a strong card (6-7 times).” ”he said. 

In a situation where we had to break a three-game losing streak, the first goal was to completely block the opponent’s pursuit with the Kim Seo-hyun card, one of the winning teams. But there was also another reason. Director Choi said, “Recently, Seohyun only went out when he was tight. He also had the intention of wanting to find a sense of direct ball by throwing a long shot in a relaxed situation.” 

Kim Seo-hyun recently had a very high rate of breaking balls without being able to control fastballs. The slider control was good, so the dependence on the breaking ball was high, but the goal was to increase the fastball and catch the feeling in a relaxed situation by 9 points that day. Coach Choi laughed, saying, “In the beginning, I threw some fastballs, but the count was unfavorable, so I went for a breaking ball.” On this day, Seohyun Kim threw a total of 25 balls, 12 of which were fastballs. 

On the other hand, coach Choi said about putting in finisher Park Sang-won in the 9th inning with a 6-point lead leading 9-3, “The atmosphere of the 7th and 8th innings flowed strangely compared to the score difference. If it wasn’t for a losing streak, other operations could have been carried out, but the urgent priority was to end the three-game losing streak. I raised Park Sang-won to finish cleanly, but it didn’t come clean.” Hanhwa won 9-5, but Park Sang-won threw 32 balls, struggling with 2 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 3 strikeouts and 2 runs in 9 innings.

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