Won Tae-in, who overcame three crises and won the first win of the season… “There is only one thing left to do well”

“It seems that there is only one thing left to do well in the future.”

Won Tae-in (Samsung Lions) started the season with 1 run (1 earned run) 7 hits (1 home run) 2 walks and 2 strikeouts in 6⅔ innings in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League confrontation with the Lotte Giants held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on the 16th. got the first win.

Won Tae-in was put in the first crisis in the third episode. He gave up consecutive walks to Yoo Kang-nam and Lee Hak-joo and became the first and second bases safely. However, he overcame the crisis by handling Park Seung-wook with a double hit and catching Ahn Kwon-soo as a floating ball in center field.

Won Tae-in failed to overcome the crisis in the 3rd match against SSG Landers in Daegu on the 11th. He allowed 1 RBI double to Choi Jeong in the situation with 2 outs loaded, and then Choi Joo-hwan hit a timely hit and allowed 3 runs. However, in the match against Lotte, he overcame the crisis without conceding.

After the game, Won Tae-in said, “I also thought, ‘Why do I have to do it again 3 times?’, but as I continued to allow big innings without being able to overcome such a crisis, I got a little confused today. I won the game with the thought of not giving even one point.” said.

“I didn’t want to give bunts easily because I knew bunts would come out, so I threw 2 pitches in a row on a low and difficult course, and 메이저놀이터 it became a bunt foul twice in a row.” I think I was able to get over the crisis well when the timing came out.”

Won Tae-in thought that overcoming the crisis in the 3rd was the most important thing to fight well. He said, “I think the biggest thing was to overcome the crisis in the third inning. I thought the ball was good in the last game, but the flow stopped as I couldn’t overcome the crisis. I thought that the mask flow would come. I think it was different from the previous game that I focused on blocking and going over in that crisis.”

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