In professional baseball, the Hanwha Eagles posted their first win in four games of the season. Pitcher Moon Dong-ju, a promising second-year pitcher, put up a brilliant fight with a fastball that reached a maximum speed of 159 km/h.

This is reporter Lee Seong-hoon.


Hanwha Moon Dong-ju, who debuted as a pro last year and boasted a fastball with an average speed of over 150 km/h and was even mentioned as a WBC national team player, showed off a more terrifying pitch in his first appearance in his second year.토토사이트

He recorded a maximum speed of 159 km/h from the first inning, and overpowered the Samsung lineup by throwing a sharp curve, a changeup and slider that exceeded 140 km/h.

He hit 13 batters in a row after two outs in the first inning, struck out four by the fifth inning, and pitched a scoreless one-hit pitch, then was replaced after 70 pitches in the sixth inning.

Hanwha’s batting line also enthusiastically supported Moon Dong-ju.

In the first inning, O’Grady scored two RBIs in a timely manner, and in the second inning, Noh Si-hwan and Chae Eun-seong made Samsung starter Baek Jung-hyun early with consecutive timely hits.

With the fighting spirit of catcher Choi Jae-hoon, who caught a foul ball by hitting his face on the backstop side display board, and the 9th inning, Chae Eun-sung’s season 1 three-point home run, Hanhwa won 8-1 and reported the first win of the season.

Doosan’s third-year prospect Kim Dong-ju, who made his first start in his career, also made a surprise appearance.

Aggressive pitching with a fastball of up to 150 km/h and various breaking balls from a high RBI blockade the NC lineup with 7 strikeouts up to the 6th inning with 7 hits and no runs, leading the team to a 6-2 victory and winning their first debut win.

LG also defeated Kiwoom 5-0 with 3rd year prospect Kang Hyo-jong’s 5 scoreless innings.

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