‘Veteran who clenched his teeth and endured’ Jang Min-jae, who threw for the team even after being hit by an assault hit… ‘Tape the leg’
Hanwha starting pitcher Jang Min-jae, who was hit in the leg by an “evil” offensive ball, complained of pain only after seeing the outcount go up after enduring the pain.
Daejeon Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 18th, where the Hanwha Eagles and Lotte Giants match was held. Hanwha played 3 consecutive games in overtime. In order to prevent the pitching staff from being overloaded, Jang Min-jae, who was on the mound as a starting pitcher, had to pitch as long as possible.
However, the Lotte batting line made it difficult for Hanwha starter Jang Min-jae from the first inning. Rookie Kim Min-seok, who returned to the leadoff after a day off, rolled up a 133km fastball on the 4th pitch of 2B 1S and crossed the right wall. His first home run in his debut. On the mound, Jang Min-jae forgot the home run and focused on the batter and the game again, but the defense did not help this time. Third baseman Roh Si-hwan was unable to handle Ahn Kwon-soo’s attacking ball and allowed a hit.
Jang Min-jae faced a crisis with 1st and 2nd base safely after a home run, a hit and a walk. A dizzying scene came out in the game with An Chi-hong.
An Chi-hong hit Jang Min-jae’s 5th pitch slider and the ball went straight to the pitcher. He took a defensive stance immediately after the pitch, but the ball hit too fast. After hitting the right shin, Jang Min-jae threw the ball to second base, enduring the pain, and raised the count.
Jang Min-jae, who continued to play even after being hit by an assault ball, took off his glove and ran in place, complaining of pain. Trainer and coach Park Seung-min hurriedly ran to the mound to check the condition of the leg hit by the ball.메이저사이트
As the tremendous pain came, Jang Min-jae gritted his teeth. The trainer taped the area hit to prevent further swelling.
It looked like it needed a replacement, but Jang Min-jae sent a signal that he could throw it toward the dugout. Min-jae Jang, who finished pitching practice while coach Seung-min Park watched, sent an OK sign and continued pitching. He hit Han Dong-hee on a one-run sacrifice fly, but he didn’t allow any more runs.
For the team, which recently played 3 consecutive overtime games, veteran Jang Min-jae is leading sore legs and blocking Lotte’s batting line with 2 points until the 4th inning.