Eom Sang-baek, ‘more than right elbow’, early steel in 3 innings despite a good pitch without a loss

 KT Wiz pitcher Eom Sang-baek (27) was knocked out early with a right elbow injury.

Eom Sang-baek started the game against the KIA Tigers at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 4th and pitched 3 scoreless innings.

He pitched well with no runs in the first, second, 스포츠토토and third innings, but Eom Sang-baek did not pitch in the fourth inning. KT sent Lee Chae-ho instead of Um Sang-baek.

A KT official said, “Eom Sang-baek had an uncomfortable right elbow, so he was replaced to protect the player. He said he is currently icing.”

Eom Sang-baek faced 13 batters that day and gave up 3 walks, but also struck out 3. Overall, it was a game with a lot of balls thrown. Eom Sang-baek threw a total of 65 pitches, 31 of which were balls.

Eom Sang-baek threw more than half (35 pitches) of long-term changeups along with a fastball with a maximum speed of 149 km/h that day.

In the first inning, Eom Sang-baek allowed Socrates Brito a right-handed hit, but Park Chan-ho was grounded out at third base, Ryu Ji-hyeok was fly-out to left field, and Hwang Dae-in struck out to finish the inning.

In the second inning, Eom Sang-baek gave up a right-handed hit to lead batter Choi Hyung-woo and a walk to Byun Woo-hyeok, and was in danger of getting 1st and 2nd base safely, but caught Lee Chang-jin with second baseman Hosobi and forced out 2nd base runner Choi Hyung-woo at the same time, putting 2 out and 1st base. made Then, he struck out Ju Hyo-sa and finished the inning scoreless.

Eom Sang-baek, who was also back in the third inning, allowed Ryu Jae-hyeok and Socrates to walk consecutively in a situation where there were no runners on the second runner, but Hwang Dae-in was caught by center fielder fly-out and came down.

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