Doosan pitcher Park So-jun (28) pitched well in the Japanese Educational League.
Park So-jun appeared as a starting pitcher for the Doosan-Samsung joint team in the game against Hanshin held in Miyazaki, Japan on the 30th, and pitched well, allowing 4 hits and 1 run (unearned) over 6 innings, but became the losing pitcher. The Doosan-Samsung joint team lost 0-2.
Although Park So-jun became the losing pitcher, he pitched effectively, allowing 67 pitches over 6 innings. The first inning ended with a three-way throw with three outfield fly balls. 짱구카지노 도메인
He got two outs in the second inning with a ground ball to third base and a foul fly to first base. He hit back-to-back hits with two outs, putting him on first and second base. Third baseman Gong Min-gyu made an error when the third baseman hit a ground ball, allowing an unforced error. In the ensuing crisis with 2 outs and runners on first and third base, the inning ended with a fly ball to second base.
He continued his clean pitching in the 3rd and 4th inning with consecutive three-out errors. He was hit by the leadoff batter in the 5th inning, but following a fly ball to left field and a straight hit to second base, he blocked the pitcher without allowing a run with a double out to the runner on first base who could not return to base. He had a hit with two outs in the sixth inning, but the inning ended with a foul fly by the catcher.
Park So-jun (28) was not selected in the 2013 rookie draft and joined Doosan as a training player. After joining, he only played in the second team for two years, and made his professional debut in 2015. He pitched in 3 games and recorded an ERA of 11.57 (3 runs in 2.1 innings) with no wins or losses.
He served in the military after the 2015 season, and it took a long time for him to reach the first-team stage again. After being discharged from the military, he did not make it to the first team in the 2018-2019 season.
Park So-jun returned to the first team mound for the first time in five years in the 2020 season. He started against LG on June 20, 2020, and faced off against LG ace Kelly. He achieved his first thrilling victory 6 years after his debut with a surprising pitching of 6 innings, 3 strikeouts and no runs. He has 4 losses and a 5.73 ERA in 22 games in 2021.
This season, he appeared in 3 games in the Futures League, recording 1 loss, 1 hold, and an ERA of 0.90 (1 run in 10 innings).
Kim Yu-seong, who came on the mound in the 7th inning when the team was down 0-1, allowed 1 run and 3 walks in 1 inning. He allowed 3 walks, causing a crisis with the bases loaded with 1 out. He allowed the third baseman to score on a grounder to second base. Kim Jeong-woo, who took the mound in the 8th inning, allowed 1 walk and no runs in 1 inning.
The combined Doosan-Samsung team’s batting lineup had only 4 hits and no scores. Park Ji-hoon (shortstop), Gong Min-gyu (third baseman), Yoon Jeong-bin (right fielder), Oh Hyun-seok (first baseman), Hong Seong-ho (designated hitter), Park Jang-min (second baseman), Yang Chan-yeol (center fielder), Song Seung-hwan (left fielder), and Yoon Jun-ho (catcher) participated in the starting lineup.
After one out in the first inning, Gong Min-gyu reached base with a single, but Yoon Jeong-bin and Oh Hyun-seok struck out in succession. In the 2nd and 3rd innings, they retired in a three-way match.
Couldn’t take advantage of the bases-loaded opportunity in the 4th inning. After one out, Jeongbin Yoon hit a hit to right field, and after two outs, Seongho Hong hit a hit to right. Park Jang-min then walked, leaving the bases loaded with two outs, but Yang Chan-yeol’s hit was a straight hit from first base and was put out.
In the 5th to 7th innings, there was only one walk, and all of them retired with bad hits. In the 8th inning, leadoff hitter Park Min-jun reached base with a single to left, but Park Ji-hoon hit a foul fly to second base and Gong Min-gyu retired with a double play to second base.
In the 9th inning, leadoff hitter Kim Do-hwan reached base with a base hit, but the three subsequent batters all retired with poor hits, resulting in a loss.