Australian National University K… Sidearm Ace started ‘2 innings 5K scoreless’ [Sydney site]

Choi Won-joon (29) of the Doosan Bears finished the check against the Australian All-Stars without conceding a goal.

In a game against Australian All-Stars held at the Blacktown International Baseball Stadium in Sydney, Australia on the 19th, 바카라사이트Choi Won-joon had 1 hit, 1 walk, and 5 strikeouts in 2 innings. 32 pitches in total. The highest speed of the fastball was 139 km per hour, and the curve slider fork was checked.

Choi Won-jun, who played an active role as a’domestic ace’ by winning double-digit wins for two consecutive years in 2020 and 2021, recorded an average ERA of 3.60 with 8 wins and 13 losses in 30 games last year.

This season to prepare for the restoration of honor. He turned on the green light for the season by fighting well against the Australian national team.

Departure was uneasy. He got a hit from leadoff batter Michael Campbell, but struck out the follow-up batter. He then faced Rickson Wingrove, who was selected for the WBC Australian national team, in danger of first and second base due to a walk.

Choi Won-joon, who caught the 2S, struck out with a high-fastball, striking out and striking out. He then ended the inning by catching the next hitter with a changeup.

In the second inning, he pitched more stably. After striking out the lead batter, he caught the follow-up hitter with a ground ball and strikeout, respectively.

Choi Won-joon handed over the mound to Kim Dong-ju in the top of the third inning.

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