Oh Seung-hwan (41, Samsung), the ‘end boss’, was alive and well.
On the 8th, Oh Seung-hwan made a relief mound in the bottom of the 6th inning in a practice match against Hanwha held at Kochi Stadium in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. It was his first appearance in the field this spring camp.
On this day, Oh Seung-hwan started off in a good mood. Leading batter Kim Tae-yeon was set up by striking out on a swing. First baseman Kim Tae-hoon failed to catch Noh Soo-gwang’s assault hit, leading to an infield hit. Oh Seung-hwan, who allowed the first base to reach base, treated Jae-hoon Choi as a fly ball out in right field, took a breather, and threw a full-bodied ball to Jang Un-ho, striking out standing and making it scoreless. I was able to finish the inning.
1 inning, 1 hit, 2 strikeouts, no run. Seung-hwan Oh had 16 pitches, 12 of which were strikes. His highest speed was 144 km.
Oh Seung-hwan expressed his feelings and determination, saying, “It was my first real game in this camp, so I focused on narrowing the gap between the ball and the strike rather than the result. The ball seems to have gone in as well as I thought.” told 카지노
Oh Seung-hwan, who pitched in 57 games last year and recorded an average ERA of 3.32 with 31 saves and 2 holds, is preparing to face two great records this year. That’s what ‘500 saves’ and ‘400 saves’ are.
Looking at the numbers alone, it would seem that 400 saves would come first, but it is not. Oh Seung-hwan is a player who played not only in the KBO league but also in the major leagues and Japanese professional baseball. He has accumulated 492 saves if he adds up the number of saves he has made in Korea (370 saves), USA (42 saves) and Japan (80 saves). In other words, there are only eight 500 saves left in Korea, the US and Japan. The Samsung bench still trusts Oh Seung-hwan as a finishing pitcher. It’s a record he’s likely to achieve early this season.
If Oh Seung-hwan records 30 or more saves this year as well as last year, he will be able to step on the unheard-of goal of making 400 career saves for the first time in the history of the KBO League. Already, Oh Seung-hwan is also the record holder for the most career saves ever with his 370 career saves.
It is really possible because Seunghwan Oh. Will Oh Seung-hwan be able to take all the glory of making 500 saves in Korea, the U.S. and Japan, and the first 400 saves in KBO league history? If you do as you have done so far, ‘Two Rabbits’ will all be embraced by Oh Seung-hwan.