There’s a lot I want to say, but I cherish it and cherish it…” Moon Dong-ju Shock’s ERA 6.35, Kim Kyung-moon ‘buried in his chest’

One of the most disappointing players in the Hanwha Eagles this season is Moon Dong-ju (21). Ahead of this season, many expected that the Hanwha Eagles would advance to the top five teams with the return of Ryu Hyun-jin (37) due to his growth. He consistently played in the starting rotation for the first time last year, and successfully played the ace role at the Hangzhou Asian Games and the Asian Professional Baseball Championship.고수익알바

Therefore, expectations were quite high for Moon, who is set to play his first full-time rotation without limiting innings. However, with the season halfway through, Moon’s performance is not good. He has won 3-5 with a 6.35 ERA in 12 games. He has a 0.345 WHIP of 1.84.

When he played the first six games of this season, he had one win, two losses and an 8.78 ERA. After that, he had a period of adjustment in the second division for about a month. He returned in late May and played six games again. The result was two wins, three losses and a 4.54 ERA. His performance after the adjustment period was better than the previous performance, but he cannot be satisfied. In just four games in June, he lost three games and had a 5.47 ERA.

According to Statiz, a baseball statistics site, the average speed of fastballs was 149.2 kilometers, down slightly from 151.6 kilometers last year. However, the batting average jumped to 0.364 this year from 0.257 last year. The main weapon curve also jumped to 0.322 this year from 0.228 last year. Fastball and curveball accounted for the highest portion both last year and this year. Of course, he does not throw sliders and changeups.

Coach Kim Kyung-moon also has a lot to say while looking at Moon Dong-ju. It will be all the more so after taking the job at Hanwha. However, manager Kim Kyung-moon has not said anything to Moon yet. He gives close feedback to the pitching coach anyway. He seems to know that talking affectionately to Moon should not be a nuisance.

Ahead of the match against the KIA Tigers in Gwangju on Monday, Kim said, “Dong-ju, I definitely have a lot of things to say. But I am still cherishing and cherishing.” “But I am not the type of pitcher who will throw like this from now on.”

There is no doubt that Moon will become a pitcher who will lead the Korean baseball team. A fastball pitcher still has high sealing performance. “First of all, you have to realize it yourself, so you have to save your words a little bit. I’m sure he has a lot on his mind,” said Kim Kyung-moon.

Of course, coach Kim Kyung-moon said, “I’m sorry, too. I want you to check this out, but you know that. I have to study. I need to supplement the parts that need to be supplemented.” I think I’m seeing the timing to give direct advice, but I don’t think so yet.

Coach Kim Kyung-moon, meanwhile, praised Moon Dong-joo and Hwang Joon-seo, as well as young Korean players in the KBO League, saying, “I am proud of them.” “You are handsome. Do well in baseball. If you meet Japan (in international competitions), you have to win.”

Coach Kim Kyung-moon also said, “I started and started just a few years after graduating from high school. This is amazing.” There is a clear gap between amateur and professional players, and it is proof that receiving a certain role in the first division is different. You need time to wait until you do well.

The same holds true for Moon. He is now in his second year as a starting pitcher. Ahn Woo-jin, who has been reborn as the best pitcher in the KBO league, also took three to four years to grow to the top. In this regard, Moon’s growth is not slow at all. He needs time to upgrade after experiencing more experiences and side effects. “I think I will be a good pitcher,” manager Kim Kyung-moon said of Moon.

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