Go Woo-seok, steadfast challenge Perfect pitch in first appearance after being transferred to the minor league

1 inning, 1K, no runs Triple A ERA 2.70

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Go Woo-seok’s (25) challenge is not over. Go Woo-seok started his challenge for the big league again by pitching a complete inning in his first game after being changed to a minor leaguer.

Go Woo-seok, a bullpen pitcher for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, a minor league affiliated with the Miami Marlins, played in a visiting game against the American Professional Baseball Minor League Triple A Charlotte Knights (affiliated with the Chicago White Sox) held at Truist Field in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA on the 8th (Korean time). It was a good fight. 메이저사이트

He took the mound in the bottom of the 8th inning with a 10-2 lead and pitched one inning with 1 strikeout, no hits, and no runs.

He threw a total of 9 balls, and the highest fastball speed was 151 km/h.

Go Woo-seok disposed of the first batter, Carlos Perez, with one ball, a fly ball to right field.

Afterwards, he threw a high outside cut fastball to Brian Ramos, causing a fly ball to right field.

The last batter, Colson Montgomery, induced a foul tip with a high fastball and struck out.

Go Woo-seok’s minor league Triple-A ERA this season fell to 2.70.

Ko Woo-seok, who signed with the San Diego Padres of the Major League Baseball (MLB) in January of this year, is walking a thorny path. 슬롯사이트

He was traded to the Miami Marlins on the 4th of last month after never making it to the big league stage.

He never got a chance to play in the big leagues, even in Miami. And on the 31st of last month, I received a notice to wait for release.

The market was cold. No team wanted to recruit Go Woo-seok, and Go Woo-seok re-signed a minor league contract with Miami. 토토사이트 순위

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