The sand dune that made Heo Kyung-min angry was not a beanball… Yoon Dae-gyeong, who called to apologize, “I’m sorry for the ball that didn’t work”

Hanwha pitcher Yoon Dae-gyeong (29) was canceled from the first team entry ahead of the Daejeon Doosan match on the 2nd. After recovering from his shoulder pain, he returned to the first team in mid-June, but struggled as he could not find the pitching balance he had at the beginning of the season. He was the 2nd military line for reorganization, but he received unwelcome attention due to the sand dune from the game the day before.

In the match against Doosan on the 1st, Yoon Dae-gyeong made a relief mound in the 8th inning where the score was 1-7 with 2 out and 2nd base. After hitting a 1-run, 3-base hit by first batter Jeong Su-bin, who went over the left fielder, a ball thrown to the next batter, Heo Gyeong-min (33), sparked controversy. The 140km fastball in the first pitch became a sand dune heading deep behind Heo Kyung-min’s back.메이저사이트

At that moment, Heo Gyeong-min was furious. He put down his bat and headed towards the mound, yelling at Yoon Dae-kyung. He suspected it as beanball. Yoon Dae-gyeong took off his hat and raised his hand to gesture that it was not intentional, but Heo Gyeong-min couldn’t calm down easily, and players from both teams rushed to the ground with the bench clearing.

Hanwha catcher Choi Jae-hoon, who played for Doosan, Jang Min-jae, a close friend of the same age, and Hanwha captain Jeong Woo-ram calmed down Heo Kyung-min, and the bench-clearing situation was quickly settled without a major conflict.

Heo Kyung-min, who usually doesn’t show much emotion on the ground and has a reputation as a silent and sincere player, became a hot topic. Because it was Heo Kyung-min, not another player, doubts about Beanball grew. The Sagura situation that came out after Doosan made a big inning with 6 runs in the 8th inning and the game tilted was also worthy of suspicion.

In conclusion, it was not a beanball. After the game, Yoon Dae-kyung called Heo Kyung-min directly and apologized, saying, “I’m sorry,” and cleared up the misunderstanding. Yoon Dae-kyung said, “I didn’t hit it on purpose. These days, the balance has been bad, so it was a situation where I couldn’t control my ball. I wanted to finish the inning quickly, but the ball flew to the batter and I was very embarrassed.”

Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said, “Since Dae-kyung is a good pitcher, it was a situation where the opposing team could misunderstand (the beanball). However, not only did Daegyeong get it right yesterday, but his control has been poor as a whole recently. It wasn’t even a situation to get it right on purpose. He also showed a gesture of surprise after throwing the ball.”

Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “Since it hit his right shoulder, not his left shoulder, it was a ball that could be angry enough for Heo Gyeong-min. If it comes above the chest, the batter is very dangerous. If you get hit that way, the aftereffects will last for a long time. I think I was momentarily excited because I was trying to defend in that area,” he said. “It can always happen during a game. I want to believe that the opponent didn’t throw it intentionally.”

Meanwhile, Yoon Dae-kyung is undergoing a readjustment process in the Futures League for the time being. Manager Choi Won-ho said, “After coming up after shoulder rehabilitation, his ball continued to be bad. In a way, he had a little bit of luck as he threw a ball, but now he seems to have to recover his pitch and refine and improve his pitch, so he was sent to the 2nd Army.”

Yoon Dae-kyung’s record this season was 2 wins, 2 holds, 1.97 ERA, and 17 strikeouts in 29 games (32 innings). He started the season in the pursuit group and increased his weight closer to the winning group, but shoulder pain in late May put the brakes on him. After two weeks of rehabilitation, he returned to the first team in mid-June and posted an earned run average of 3.38 in 10 games. He had 5 walks and 2 walks in 10⅔ innings, and his pitches faltered.

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