The Korean baseball team, with Kang Baek-ho and Choi Jeong’s home run, announced a smooth start by defeating the NC Dinos.먹튀검증
The Korean baseball team, which will participate in the World Baseball Classic to be held in March, won 8-2 in an evaluation match against the NC Dinos held at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium, Tucson Kino Sports Complex, Arizona, USA on the 17th (Korean time).
The first official evaluation match of the national team, held two days after the official call on the 15th. The victory was led by the new and old pair of the national team. Kang Baek-ho, who started as the 7th first baseman, flew with 2 hits in 4 at-bats, including a two-run gun, and Choi Jeong, who started as the 3rd baseman, hit a solo home run.
In addition, the national team showed a sense of good luck by hitting 14 hits, with Park Byeong-ho, who started as the designated hitter number 4, going 2 hits in 3 at-bats, scoring 1 run, and replacing Hae-min Park, who was replaced, recording 2 hits in 3 at-bats, 1 run and 1 RBI. However, Lee Jung-hoo, who drew attention from many major league scouts, was sluggish with no hits in two at-bats.
A total of 7 pitchers, centered on starter Kim Gwang-hyun, played one inning each in a 7-inning game. Most of the time, based on the number of pitches between 15 and 20, the NC lineup was neatly blocked with no runs.
Kim Gwang-hyeon (1 inning, 2 hits, 2 strikeouts) – Ko Young-pyo (1 inning, 1 hit, 2 strikeouts) – Jeong Cheol-won (1 inning, 1 hit, 1 strikeout, 1 wild pitch) – Won Tae-in (1 inning, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts) – Lee Eui-ri (1 inning, 1 strikeout) Walk, 1 strikeout)-Ko Woo-seok (1 inning, 1 strikeout) took charge of one inning each in turn and recorded no runs.
However, only Jung Woo-young, who took the mound as the team’s fifth pitcher, allowed a double, a hit, and a hit ball to allow two runs after sending a runner out due to a shortstop error.
Overall, the condition of the hitters has improved, and the national team plans to raise their sense of practice by playing evaluation matches in turn against each professional baseball club in Arizona.