Control, crisis management, and innings… It’s my second year, right? “I only think about what helps the team.”

Yoon Young-chul of the KIA Tigers has won his third consecutive game. In the game against Kiwoom held at Gocheok Sky Dome on Sunday, Yoon had four hits, four walks, three strikeouts and one run in six ⅔ innings. He pitched 88. After coming off the mound with a 3-1 lead, Yoon won for the third time as his team won the game 6-4. After recording two wins and no losses in his previous four appearances, he won his third consecutive game of the season.유흥알바

When the first batter Lee Yong-gyu was allowed to walk on base in the bottom of the first inning, he had strong anxiety. However, Yoon tried to find a breakthrough by fully displaying his strength in ball control and game management. After allowing the first run in the bottom of the third inning, he was on the verge of giving up additional run, but his team managed to secure the out-count. After allowing the loss, he only allowed one walk through the sixth inning, and completed the QS pitching with a perfect performance. In the bottom of the seventh inning, which was the last inning, he allowed a walk on the first batter’s box as well, but ended up tying the knot as Kim Hui-jip’s hit to a double play. Standing ovation poured in from the third base’s KIA cheering stand toward Yoon Young-chul who was leaving the mound.

“I tried to take the game quickly, which was effective,” Yoon said after the game. “Kim Tae-gun asked me to take the rhythm quickly, and the result was good,” adding, “As the fielders are so good, I can become a winning pitcher as long as I give at least one run. I think I only need to do well, and I try to drag out as long innings as possible to help my team. It’s a little disappointing that I didn’t get to fill seven innings today, but since the season is long, I can throw more next time, so it’s okay.” “I try to focus on what my team can win and throw long innings rather than winning or personal goals. Thanks to the great support of the fans, I was able to throw well today and I’m always grateful.”

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