‘It’s my first win in 29 years…’ I look on from afar. ERA 4.74+24-year-old Pil Seung-jo is determined [Hangzhou Scene]
The team is on the verge of its first championship in 29 years. Pil Seung-jo is no longer with the team to lead the way.
The LG Twins won their first championship in 1990, their first year of existence, and their second in 1994.
It’s been 28 years since then. Now, LG is looking to win a third title.
It starts with winning the regular season. Through 27 days, LG has 80 wins, 48 losses and two ties, eight and a half games ahead of second-place KT Wiz. The magic number for winning the regular season is six.
Jung Woo-young has led LG to become a “fall baseball regular”카지노 powerhouse with 109 holds in five years since his debut in 2019.
The Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team arrived at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Aug. 28. Jung Woo-young leaves the arrival hall But this year, when LG hopes to win the Korean Series, he has taken a step back. Last year, Jung went 2-3 with a 2.64 ERA in 35 innings pitched. This year, he is 5-5 with a 4.74 ERA in 11 innings pitched. As his fastball’s velocity has dropped from a high of 154 mph to the mid-140s, he’s been working on his changeup and other pitches, but hasn’t been able to find success.
Even his body is now far away. Jung Woo-young and Ko Woo-seok, who form the core of LG’s bullpen, were called up to the national team for the Hangzhou Asian Games. It’s an honor, but they won’t be there when LG clinches its first regular season title.
Jung Woo-young heads to the dugout after making a catch in the top of the seventh inning during the practice game between the Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team and Sangsung at Gocheok Sky Dome on Saturday.
“I’ve watched a few LG games,” said Jeong, who arrived in Hangzhou on Aug. 28, “but right now I’m only thinking about the national team.” “It would be nice to win a gold medal with the national team and go back to the team,” he said, adding that he is eager to perform at the Asian Games.
For Jeong, it’s the second Taeguk mark of his career. But the last World Baseball Classic (WBC) was one he would rather forget. He wants to put the regular season behind him. He wants to put the year behind him and focus on the Asian Games.
“I’m looking forward to it. I can’t wait for the competition to start, and honestly, the atmosphere is more fun because I’m here with my peers. I’m not thinking about the past, I’m just trying to do my best to show a good performance here. I’m going to prepare to fight every day.”