Before the game, the player with the highest level of attention was Doosan foreign pitcher Dylan Pyle. Dylan was late to join the first team in the aftermath of being hit in the head at spring camp in Sydney, Australia in February. He made his first appearance as a first-team starter only in the game against Hanwha in Jamsil on the 4th.
Dylan throws a variety of balls, including a fastball with an average speed of 140 km, a curveball and a slider changeup. In addition, Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop expects that the game will be able to operate without ups and downs because the game is also stable.
Dylan’s departure was not unlike his expectations. Dylan allowed only one hit through the third inning and quickly caught nine out counts. But Dylan’s peace lasted until the third inning.
Hanwha’s batting line, which was at the bottom not only in league rankings but also in attack indicators, changed suddenly in the fourth inning. In the top of the fourth inning, third hitter Noh Si-hwan’s solo home run and fifth hitter Kim In-hwan’s two-run home run drove Dylan, and even in the fifth inning, he pulled Dylan off the mound, making first and second bases safe and sound with hits and walks. In the chance that led to a walk after the Doosan pitcher was changed to Kim Yu-seong, the Hanwha batting line took the lead by running away with a 7-2 score with a home run by fourth hitter Chae Eun-seong. Dillon posted a dismal record of 5 hits (2 homers), 2 walks and 5 runs in 4 innings in his KBO League debut. He threw 89 pitches, which was more than the scheduled number of pitches (80 pitches), and showed weakness that the average speed of his fastball sagged by 3 to 4 km as he passed 50 pitches.
Hanwha beat Doosan 10-3 and secured an opportunity to rebound by winning two consecutive victories after six straight losses. Above all, it was the biggest income to pour out 4 home runs only in the center of the batting line, which had not been able to settle down. In particular, Roh Si-hwan hit a home run in the 4th inning, then came out as the lead batter in the 6th inning and scored a home run from Yu-Sung Kim, recording only two solo home runs.
Hanwha starter Felix Pena was shaken for a while when an ordinary fly ball between the infield and infield led to a hit and gave up two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning when the score was 3-0. However, with the best batting line support since the opening, he won his 2nd win (3rd loss) of the season with 5 hits and 2 runs in 6 innings. Following Pena, Lee Tae-yang (7 times), Kim Ki-joong (8 times), and Yun Dae-kyung (9 times) threw. Hanwha chased 9th place KT, who collapsed 2-10 to SSG in Incheon, by one game.
After the game,토스카지노 Noh Si-hwan said, “Our team was not good in April, but we believe that all players will have a chance to counterattack, and we are talking about it. In May, the whole team will definitely get better.” In addition, Chae Eun-seong said, “The coaches ordered us to hit more aggressively. It seemed to fit well when I said to hit before the ball count started rolling in.”
In Daegu, Samsung escaped its third consecutive loss by beating Kiwoom 14-1 thanks to foreign hitter Jose Pirella’s three hits (one home run) and two RBIs and foreign pitcher Albert Suarez’s 7 scoreless innings. The Gwangju Lotte-KIA match and the Changwon LG-NC match were canceled due to rain.