Hanwha is mute even after complaining about S-zone

Hanwha players were disappointed with referee Choi Young-joo’s S-zone in the match between Hanwha and LG of the 2022 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the afternoon of the 21st.토토

Hanwha Kim Tae-yeon, who entered the batter’s box with one out in the top of the third inning, struck out with LG starter Lee Min-ho in a two-ball, two-strike situation. Kim Tae-yeon expressed regret for S-zone at bat for a while, and shook his head as he entered the dugout.

Kim In-hwan, who appeared as the leadoff hitter in the top of the fourth inning, struck out in a three-ball, two-strike, full count. Kim In-hwan was also at-bat for a while in regret. However, there was no direct appeal to the referee.

At the time, commentator Park Yong-taek also said, “This was done by catcher Yoo Kang-nam’s clever frame.”

In the top of the sixth inning, when Hanwha’s chase began, Tuckman was out with a catcher strike not out. When catcher Yoo Kang-nam sent a call to the third baseman to ask if the bat had turned, Lee Ki-jung, the third baseman, sent a sign that the bat had turned.

Hanwha Tuckman appealed to the referee and the third base referee when he was surprised. However, I adjusted the strength and strength while being somewhat conscious. He was disappointed by reenacting the scene of stopping the bat as he entered the dugout. Hanwha manager Subero also made a short appeal to the referee about the decision, but he seemed to refrain from emotion.

Tuckman appealed loudly toward the third base referee, but the third base referee had his eyes on the outfield. Tuckman, who was heading to the outfield for defense, passed the third base. But there was no direct appeal.

Ha Joo-seok expressed his dissatisfaction when he hit the bat hard after striking out in the bottom of the eighth inning of the game against Lotte at Hanwha Eagles Park on the 16th. Even after leaving, he threw his helmet with abusive language and hit the coach’s head.

In the end, KBO held a reward and punishment committee on the 20th and decided to suspend Ha Joo-seok for 10 games, impose a fine of 3 million won, and punish him for 40 hours of youth baseball volunteer work in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 7 of KBO League rules.

In addition, KBO said, “We asked 10 clubs to take special care, including thorough team training, to prevent a recurrence of such cases that disappoint baseball fans due to radical actions in the stadium.”

Meanwhile, LG starter Lee Min-ho won six games of the season with five hits and one run (no earned run) in five innings. At-bat, Son Ho-young paid back a three-run home run in the top of the fifth inning. Son Ho-young led the victory with two hits and four RBIs in four at-bats, including a three-run home run.

LG won two consecutive games with the victory, recording 39 wins, 28 losses, and one draw. Hanwha fell into a nine-game losing streak, leaving 22 wins, 44 losses, and one draw.

Hanwha starter Yeffrey Ramirez, who made his KBO league debut, became a losing pitcher with 5 hits and 4 runs (one earned run) left in 2⅓3 innings.

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