The win was missed, but it was flawless pitching.
With the Doosan Bears sidearms, Choi Won-jun started the home game against the NC Dinos held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 27th, throwing 3 hits, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and no runs in 6 innings. He went down the mound with a 1-0 lead and met the requirement for 2 wins (7 losses), but the bullpen allowed the score to be tied, so unfortunately he could not add a win.먹튀검증
The way he went up to the 6th inning was pretty impressive. Choi Won-joon made two mounds against the NC this season, and was sluggish with 2 losses and an average ERA of 16.20. He allowed a whopping 15 hits in 6 2/3 innings in 2 games. He was so difficult that he gave up 12 points, 32.4% of the total points conceded (37) in the season against NC.
The third match of the season was different. Choi Won-joon, who passed the 1st and 2nd base crisis in the 2nd inning, blocked the 3rd to 5th innings with three-way strikes in a row. Doosan scored with Yang Seok-hwan’s solo home run at the end of the second inning to give Doosan a 1-0 lead. Choi Won-joon allowed a double to Seo Ho-cheol after one out in the 6th inning, but Park Min-woo and Martin were treated as consecutive criminals and finished the mission with no runs.
85 pitches. The fastball (56), slider (14), and curve (15) were mixed in the right place to neutralize the NC lineup. Although his highest fastball speed was not fast at 143km/h, he filled up the out count with a ball that pierced every corner of the strike zone and gradual control.
As a result, he expected victory with the 6th quality start of the season (QS, 6 or more starting innings and 3 earned runs or less). But he didn’t get any help from the bullpen. In the 7th inning, the second pitcher Cheol-Won Jeong, who took the mound, allowed Joo-Won Kim to hit at the right time to tie the score with 2nd out, 1st and 3rd base, and Choi Won-Jun’s victory requirement was blown away.