“Thanks to Oh Seung-hwan, I won two games in Changwon.”
Oh Seung-hwan, who returned as Samsung’s finisher, led the team to a winning series in the Changwon NC 3-game series last weekend. He earned a save with one scoreless inning in the ninth inning with a narrow lead of 5-4 on the 19th, and on the 21st, he took the mound in the 11th inning and reported a relief victory with two scoreless innings. It was a series that announced the return of the final king.
Samsung manager Park Jin-man, whom we met ahead of the game against Doosan in Jamsil on the 23rd, said, “Thanks to Oh Seung-hwan, we won two victories in Changwon. It seemed that he had prepared himself mentally for the Futures League and refined his technical skills to some extent. He showed confidence on the mound,” he said with a satisfied smile, saying, “The bullpen is in a difficult situation, but Oh Seung-hwan led it well and served as a stepping stone for the Changwon winning series.”
Was the starter against Kiwoom in Daegu on the 3rd and played 5 innings a chance to rebound? Coach Park said, “I’m from a fielder, so I don’t know, but when I listen to the players, it seems that there is an aspect where you can’t balance if you come out in the middle and throw 2-30. I made a change to increase the number of pitches, but I think it served as an opportunity for Oh to return to his original self.”
Oh Seung-hwan, who transformed from a stone fastball fireballer to a skilled player. This also served as a driving force for the rebound. Director Park said, “I feel a little enlightened. It showed a change in seasoned beauty, not the old stone fastball,” he said. “The batter is the same. As you get older, your speed and quickness decrease, so sticking to the old way is difficult. You need a changed look. During his active career, senior Kim Dong-soo hit number 4, and at the end he held a 33-inch bat in half and hit it. Then he hit 3. When Oh Seung-hwan and other senior players make changes, they definitely need to make changes.”토토사이트
On the other hand, Samsung, who meets Doosan starter Jang Won-joon, Kim Ji-chan (2nd baseman) – Kim Hyun-joon (center fielder) – Koo Ja-wook (right fielder) – Jose Pirella (left fielder) – Kang Min-ho (catcher) – Kang Han-ul (3rd baseman) – Oh Jae-il (1st baseman) – Kim Tae-tae The starting lineup is in the order of Goon (designated hitter) and Lee Jae-hyeon (shortstop). The starting pitcher is Won Tae-in.