“He is a grateful player.”
Coach Choi Won-ho never fails to say thank you whenever veteran right-hander Lee Tae-yang (33) is mentioned. The relief pitcher started the season and threw like an all-weather pitcher. In a situation where they were behind, they went out as a chase team and a sure-win team to secure victory. If the starting pitcher pitched early, he was responsible for the long innings with long relief.토토사이트
As existing starters left due to injury and poor performance and the starting lineup was reorganized, roles changed. Even after changing his position to starter, he faithfully performs his assigned role. Lee Tae-yang is the centerpiece of Hanwha’s starting lineup without Moon Dong-ju. He is playing as a regular starter along with foreign pitchers Felix Peña and Ricardo Sanchez.
KT Wiz match held at Daejeon Baseball Stadium on the 18th. Hanwha, which lost two double headers the previous day (17th), suffered its fourth straight loss. The 6-game winning streak came to a sudden halt. In a desperate situation to break the losing streak, Lee Taeyang showed strength. He allowed three hits and two runs in five innings and earned his third win of the season. Hanwha achieved a 6-2 come-from-behind victory and succeeded in escaping a losing streak.
Taeyang Lee, who hit KT Nos. 1-3 in the top of the first inning, gave up the first run in the top of the second inning.
He hit a triple to right-center field off leadoff hitter No. 4 Anthony Alford. He hit a big ball hitting the fence. He struck out two batters and gave up a timely hit to left to No. 6 Bae Jeong-dae.
Afterwards, he continued to pitch steadily. He made three-way strikes in a row in the 3rd and 4th innings. After one out in the top of the 5th inning, my control suddenly shook and I had a hard time. Bae Jeong-dae and Shin Bon-ki were sent out with consecutive walks. 1 RBI to Kim Sang-soo with 2 outs and 1st and 2nd bases
It was a timely hit. In the ensuing crisis with 2 outs and 2nd and 3rd bases on base, Kim Min-hyuk was treated with a fly ball to center field, ending the inning.
Taeyang Lee handed the mound over to the bullpen in the 6th inning with a 5-2 lead. Joo Hyun-sang, Lee Min-woo, Jang Si-hwan, and Park Sang-won came forward one after another and held the pitchers to 4 scoreless innings.
Taeyang Lee was kicked out early after allowing 3 runs in 2 innings in the game against the Doosan Bears on the 12th. Manager Choi Won-ho said, “The ball didn’t go well. The opposing batters kept hitting correct hits.” Taeyang Lee, who returned after 6 days, did not lose concentration until the end.